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Group Buys Millions of Student Loan Debt--To Cancel It

Group Buys Millions of Student Loan Debt—To Cancel It

by Carla Murphy on September 19 2014, 11:37AM

No, it’s not a scam

Topics: Economy, /NOW

Preying on Black Ambition

Preying on Black Ambition

by Kai Wright on June 12 2013, 9:02AM

From subprime mortgages to subprime credit cards and now subprime degrees, a small number of people continue to get rich off of black Americans’ aspirations.

Topics: Economy, Schools & Youth

Obama Skips GOP, Appoints Consumer Watchdog Cordray

Obama Skips GOP, Appoints Consumer Watchdog Cordray

by Jorge Rivas on January 4 2012, 1:14PM

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is the sole reform to come out of the financial crisis that aims to deal with that fact.

Topics: Economy, /NOW

It's Time to Lift the Debt Burden Wall Street Loaded Onto Our Backs

It’s Time to Lift the Debt Burden Wall Street Loaded Onto Our Backs

by Kai Wright on July 21 2011, 9:30AM

Banks have spent tens of millions trying to protect a predatory financial industry from accountability. There could be no more essential fight than making sure they don’t get their money’s worth.

Topics: Economy, Fiscal Cliff, Kai Wright

Study: Only 37 Percent of Students Can Repay Loans on Time

Study: Only 37 Percent of Students Can Repay Loans on Time

by Julianne Hing on March 17 2011, 3:35PM

And with 15 percent of black college grads out of work, that number’s likely to go up.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Lots More Students of Color in College--and in Debt

Lots More Students of Color in College—and in Debt

by Julianne Hing on July 16 2010, 10:24AM

An Education Department study finds black students disproportionately in for-profit schools, students of color broadly in public institutions.

Topics: Schools & Youth

College Dreams Clouded by Debt, Students Look to Loan Reform

by Michelle Chen on November 14 2009, 9:18AM

What’s a college degree worth these days? Well, how much are you willing to pay? For many, the price of admission to higher education is crippling financial debt. Students of modest means are likely to run into even higher…

Topics: Schools & Youth

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