John Taylor

From KeyWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
John Taylor


John E. Taylor is founder of National Community Reinvestment Coalition. He retired as president in August 2021,[1] but according to their website as of October 24, 2021,[2] John Taylor still serves as "advisor".

Midwest Academy connection

The Gala Host Committee, for the December 10, 2014 Midwest Academy Awards Ceremony included John Taylor — President and CEO, National Community Reinvestment Coalition.[3]

Free Market to Blame for 2008 Recession

In 2011 on CSPAN[4] and in 2012 on Russia Today,[5] John Taylor claimed that the "free market" was responsible for the 2008 recession.

Attendee at Obama 'Regulatory Reform' Discussion

John Taylor was listed as an invited guest for remarks made by Barack Obama on June 17, 2009 regarding "regulatory reform".[6]

Democratic primary

In 2001, John Taylor ran in the Massachusetts 9th C.D. special primary election called for Sept. 11. According to Boston Democratic Socialists of America;[7]

The candidate whose positions and concerns seem to be closest to DSA's is John Taylor. Son of a Teamster organizer, he grew up in Roxbury-South Boston public housing and is President of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, working on issues like community economic development and affordable housing.
Endorsed by Jesse Jackson, he is not given much chance by the polls and pundits, and is having trouble crashing the candidate debates.

Campaign for America's Future

In 1996 John Taylor, National Community Reinvestment Coalition was one of the original 130 founders of Campaign for America's Future.[8]


Template:Reflist Template:Campaign for America's Future co-founders