Posts tagged "rev. lewis flowers"

CHASE Bank Agrees To Host Foreclosure Modification Workshop On Chicago Westside Monday September 19

DID YOU KNOW? Chicago’s Westside Austin community has the highest foreclosure rates in the City of Chicago! The Westside Ministers Coalition, a coalition partner of the Community Reinvestment Organizing Project (COP), a community reinvestment organizing andfpublic policy initiative of the Monroe Foundation, recently WON an agreement from JP Morgan Chase to hold a loan modification... Read more »

WESTSIDE MINISTERS COALITION (COP AFFILIATE IN CHICAGO'S AUSTIN COMMUNITY) DEMANDS INCLUSION IN MAYOR'S FORECLOSURE RECOVERY PROGRAM

WESTSIDE MINISTERS COALITION (COP AFFILIATE IN CHICAGO’S AUSTIN COMMUNITY) DEMANDS INCLUSION IN MAYOR’S FORECLOSURE RECOVERY PROGRAM Rev. Dr. Lewis Flowers, chairman of the Westside Ministers Coalition and spokesman for the Community Reinvestment Organizing Project (COP), has demanded that Chicago’s Austin community, leading in foreclosures on Chicago’s Westside, is included as a targeted community to benefit... Read more »

"Report Card" On Community Reinvestments By Banks In Austin and Other Chicago Communities August 4

YOU ARE INVITED! Community Reinvestment Organizing Project (COP) In Partnership With The Westside Ministers Coalition (WMC) ………To Pick-Up The REPORT CARD” on What Banks in the Austin, and Chicago’s economically-struggling communities are working to keep families in their homes, providing banking services for the unbanked, working poor, and low-income families. When: Thursday, August 4th, 11a.m.... Read more »
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Chicago Clergy Group Protests Removal Of City College Presidents April 7

MEDIA ALERT:   Contact: Rev. Dr. Lewis Flowers, Chairman Westside Ministers Coalition 773-261-0207   Clergy group joins showdown protest over move to replace City College presidents     Chicago, IL– In solidarity with students who are up in arms over the new Chancellor of the City Colleges’ demand that existing presidents re-apply for their jobs, a... Read more »