At the East San Jose Carnegie Library, a voice was raised against payday lenders today. Not any longer shall they be called aвЂ™ that isвЂnecessary, coalition people vowed. The five partnering organizations that have formed the Campaign Against Payday Predators hosted an informative event that was of the community, as much as it was for it with refreshments, jostling babies, and live Spanish translation.
People Interest law practice, or PILF, the California Reinvestment Coalition (CRC), the Asian Law Alliance, Somos Mayfair, a grouped community solution organization in San Jose, and also the Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment together contain CAPP. October much of the impetus for CAPP's formation came from this report on payday lending, which made waves throughout California when it was published by the Silicon Valley Community Foundation last.
Exactly exactly What adopted had been a broad conversation by the panel, including the testimony of community user and previous pay day loan user Laura Reza, in addition to David Augustine of Bank on SF, Jim Dale from Bank on San Jose, and Alan Fisher of this California Reinvestment Coalition, regarding the truth of payday lending.