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Facing the Mortgage Crisis in Southern Nevada

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AIR DATE: June 21, 2009

Radio Broadcast of the June 11, 2009 Town Hall Meeting, Hope at Home: Facing the Mortgage Crisis in Southern Nevada, presented by Nevada Public Radio & KCEP.

Hosts Dave Berns and Patricia Cunningham moderate a discussion on the impact of the foreclosure crisis in this region and how ethnic minorities have disproportionately been affected.

Panelists Include:
Susan Brager, Clark County Commissioner - District F
Chris Giunchigliani, Clark County Commissioner - District E
Kenneth LoBene, Director of US Department of Housing and Urban Development (LV Field Office)
Gail Burks, President and CEO of Nevada Fair Housing Center
Leticia Bravo, Ombudsman for Minority Consumer Affairs - Department of Business and Industry - Consumer Affairs Division
Michelle Johnson, President of Consumer Credit Counseling
Frank Hawkins, Executive Director of the Community Development Programs

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