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CDFI Fund Holds Roundtable to Share "Access to Capital and Credit in Native Communities" Report

On Tuesday, February 14th, the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund) hosted a roundtable of Native thought leaders to discuss the CDFI Fund-commissioned report "Access to Capital and Credit in Native Communities" and deliberate what its findings should mean for federal and tribal policy making moving forward. Following a presentation of the findings by the report's author Miriam Jorgensen, roundtable participants contributed to a robust conversation about how to implement the report's recommendations.

To view a video recording of the roundtable, click here.

To read the CDFI Fund's Engagement Plan for this report, click here


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