See below a collection of media reports and interviews regarding CFER's work.
North Carolina’s largest corporation, Bank of America, received pushback after announcing last week they created a home loan program only available in black and Hispanic neighborhoods. Legal scholars told Carolina Journal that the program appears to violate federal civil rights laws by favoring certain racial groups over others. Bank of America, however, told Carolina Journal that the loans are legal under an exception in lending law.
Carolina Journal -
A California school district is offering books with pornographic scenes and parents are planning to take action.
Californians for Equal Rights Foundation, in collaboration with the Pacific Legal Foundation, has successfully forced the California State Senate to
Alameda County’s efforts to ensure minority-owned and women-owned businesses get a certain share of public construction contracts violate the U.S. and California’s constitution, according to a lawsuit filed against the county this week.
The Mercury News
Two Californians are suing a Bay Area county for allegedly imposing race-based preferences in its public contracting program.
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