Join Stop the Debt Trap LA on Wednesday, February 22nd from 2 – 4 pm for a screening of “The Ordinance” documentary film, followed by a short campaign briefing and planning meeting.
With billionaires, racists and Wall Street executives running the country, our communities are especially vulnerable.
Come learn more about how we’re organizing locally to shore up protections for consumers and communities against predatory lenders.
“The Ordinance” is a new short film focused on the fight to reform predatory lending in Texas, and the role that local communities, faith leaders and policy makers played in putting out the “not welcome” mat to financial predators in their community.
Much like in California, the Texas legislature is partial to the payday loan industry, and legally allows for abusive triple-digit interest rate lending. In Texas and in California, communities are fighting back and organizing to pass local policies in their cities to stop the growth of these industries and send a strong message to state and federal policy makers that enough is enough!
Come learn more about the local movement against predatory payday and car title lenders, and how you can get involved in our advocacy campaign!
Light refreshments will be provided.
Please RSVP either on CRC’s Facebook page, or by emailing Liana Molina.
If you have any questions or would like more information, contact Liana at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can watch the trailer for the movie by clicking here.