Rachel Anderson is the director of faith affairs at the Center for Responsible Lending. The center’s Faith & Credit program engages faith communities affected by predatory lending and highlights the wisdom that religious traditions bring to modern lending practices and policy. Prior to joining CRL, Rachel co-founded and led the Boston Faith & Justice Network, taught community organizing and provided legal assistance to underserved communities.
Rachel gave a guest lecture entitled “Challenging the Culture of Debt: Religious Voices and the Financial Crisis” as part of the series Thursday Nights: Conversations in Lived Theology. For a listing of all our Occasional Lectures, click here.