The NAACP has scored its first victory in a series of discrimination lawsuits against major financial institutions, but that win didn’t come in court.
Rather, the organization dropped its lawsuit against Wells Fargo & Co. after the bank agreed to a series of changes intended to eliminate racial discrimination in lending and improve financial literacy, credit access and sustainable homeownership in minority communities.
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