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Breaking new ground: the fight for affordable housing

Driven by a growing economy and strong stock market, home and rent prices have steadily increased for nearly 10 years straight. While this growth has been a boon for owners, renters are increasingly finding it harder to find stable, long-term housing.

Raul Anaya

Investing in the Hispanic-Latino teammates, clients, and communities we serve

Learn more how we are advancing opportunities for Hispanic-Latinos as part of our commitment to responsible growth.

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Our commitment to support & strengthen Los Angeles

Bank of America is committed to advancing racial equality and economic opportunity, and helping the Los Angeles community thrive. Learn more about our unwavering commitment to communities.

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Bringing healthcare careers within reach

In the predominantly Hispanic-Latino Boyle Heights neighborhood of East L.A., Adventist Health White Memorial – the area’s only hospital – embraces a mission that goes far beyond tending to the physical health of the community.

Manjusha P Kulkarn

Meet the Neighborhood Builders: Racial Equality Award recipients

We’re recognizing individuals like Los Angeles’ Manju Kulkarni who’ve made extraordinary contributions to break down barriers and create economic opportunities for Black, Hispanic-Latino, Asian American, and Native American people nationwide.

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Asian American entrepreneurs: lessons in resilience and recovery

Why business owners like Yvonne Leung value the power of family — and the positive impact it has on communities.

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What if you could put an end to harmful stereotypes?

Connie Chung Joe, CEO of Asian Americans Advancing Justice LA, discusses her background and career supporting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in her community. Hear the full conversation on our original podcast.