JPMorganChase Bank Slave Trade Involvement

UAAD is a 501c3 non profit who is negoiating an agreement to provide a framework to assist Chase Bank in distributing in excess of $800 million dollars of CRA funds available according to their Community Partnership Proposal

Thursday, October 05, 2006

A Civil Right Activist once asked me how I was going to accomplish my goals when Politicians openly relate that they can buy all the votes needed in the Black community for a dollar a vote by giving the NEGRO Preacher one dollar for each member in his church. By the same token it appears most of the time that financial institutions can get off cheaper.

JPMorganChase Bank made a commitment to African American community that they would pay REPARATION to Louisiana Negroes a total amount of $5 Million dollars, while having $800Billion dollars in their Civil Rights contributions funds CRA.

On April 4, 2006 UAAD met at Chase Banks main branch in Ruston, LA to discuss how our non-profit and others we were affiliated could assist JPMorganChase Bank in carrying out its commitment(s) under CRA. (See:, along with various links and blogs.)

BOYCOTT JPMorganChase Bank
The short term and immediate goals of United Affirmative action Development Corp/ UAAD is to seek financial assistance for the Katrina victims on the Gulf Coast, utilizing the provisions of the COMMUNITY RE-INVESTMENT Act of 1977, CRA.

The long term goal of UAAD is to see that Banks provide services as intended under this Civil rights Legislation CRA, or an attempt will be made to drive banks such as JPMorganChase, Whitney Bank out of Louisiana, in order that they may serve their constituents in the “RED” states where they feel at home.


Most other banks in Louisiana stated they were willing to provide banking services and begin adhering to CRA. Chase Bank’s Vice President of CRA Mike Scott stated African Americans were not included in The Civil Rights Act CRA, created due to banks’ predatory, and discriminatory practices in minority communities, the majority of that minority being African Americans.

An effective BOYCOTT of Chase may influence other banks in Louisiana and else where to negotiate reasonable agreements as suggested under the COMMUNITY RE-INVESTMENT Act of 1977, CRA.


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