Banks Get Credit for Helping the Poor — By Financing Their Evictions? By theintercept on August 24, 2015 • ( 0 ) In 1977, Congress wanted to make sure commercial banks fulfilled their commitment to serve all commuYou must subscribe and be logged in to read this archived content.visit original source at firstlook.org/theintercept/‹ In Guatemala, Protests Threaten to Unseat President, a U.S.-Backed General Implicated in Mass MurderThe Barrett Brown Review of Arts and Letters and Prison ›Categories: The InterceptTags: Archive, Unofficial Sources Related Articles CIA Venture Capital Arm Partners With Ex-Googler’s Startup to “Safeguard the Internet” Left-Wing Voices Are Silenced on Twitter as Far-Right Trolls Advise Elon Musk Philly’s Reform Prosecutor Reacts to His Impeachment Democratic and Republican Senators Demand Transfer of Gray Eagle Drone to Ukraine A Special Prosecutor Found Kevin Johnson’s Case Was Tainted by Racism. Missouri Is About to Kill Him Anyway. A Criminal Ratted Out His Friend to the FBI. Now He's Trying to Make Amends.