The Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce* circulated this press release announcing the latest event in its Community Education Forum series:
The Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce cordially invites you to be our guest at a program and reception with keynote speaker Mr. Greg Gonzales, Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions.
“Banking in Español - Beyond the Language Barrier” is part of the NAHCC on-going Community Education Forum Series hosted in partnership with the Tennessee Human Rights Commission.
Our program will include an award ceremony for students who have participated in “Hit the Books” an after-school tutoring program created by the Boxing Resource Center. With support of our members we at the NAHCC believe we can help "Hit the Books" become bigger and stronger, supporting their efforts to provide advancement opportunities for our youth. Please join us in support of a very valuable program for our community.
The BRC is located at 418-D Harding Industrial Drive (off Harding Place) in Nashville, Tennessee.
“Banking in Español – Beyond the Language Barrier”
DATE: May 27th 2006
TIME: 5:30 pm
LOCATION: Boxing Resource Center
418-D Harding Industrial Drive (off Harding Place)
This event is FREE and open to the public. Please call 615-216-5737 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would you like to highlight your business at this program.
5:30 pm "Banking in Spanish"
In order to protect themselves from discrimination in banking our community must know what the law is and how the law protects them. This is an opportunity to learn what the law in Tennessee is and get answers from government and banking officials to questions like: • What is the function of the Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions? • Examples of different kinds of discrimination in banking. • How to file a complaint of discrimination against a bank. • How different banks in the Nashville area are helping the Hispanic community. • The benefits of placing your money in a bank instead of under your mattress. • Discrimination issues in employment, housing and public accommodations. Also during this forum your clients will have the opportunity to actually file complaints of discrimination with the THRC and make appointments to file complaints with the Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions. Moderated by: Diana Holland - Hispanic Link Consulting
7:00 pm Graduation Ceremony for “Hit the Books”
1st ANNUAL CELEBRATION & Awards Ceremony for ‘HIT THE BOOKS’ After-School Tutoring Program (Co-sponsored by NAHCC and Boxing Resource Center)
7:30 pm Reception with Commissioner Greg Gonzales, TN Dept. of Financial Institutions
*There are three Hispanic chambers of commerce in Middle Tennessee: the Tennessee Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and the Franklin Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.