Wells Fargo (WFC) is giving the National Fair Housing Alliance $27 million to benefit 19 cities and promote home ownership, ()

"Today's settlement is an important victory for homeowners and communities devastated by the housing crisis," U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, said. "By rebuilding neighborhoods in Dayton, we will improve surrounding property values, create new jobs, and foster long-term economic growth. While the settlement reached can in no way make up for discriminatory actions taken by mortgage servicers that harmed Ohio families, it is one step forward."