"Recommended. PRIMETIME: FIGHTING BACK AGAINST FORECLOSURE follows the stories of two women from New York as they struggle to keep their homes. Karen Smith, an African American, and Martha Espinoza, a Latina, were both victems of predatory lending practives…Women are 41% more likely to get sold a sub-pime deal, and since the loans target minorities, the current foreclose debacle has had a disastrous effect on the economic well being of minotiry communities. It is estimated that people of color have lost somewhere in the range of $164 to $213 billion. This film does an excellent job of explaining the sub-prime market, and how lack of regulation allowed this market to flourish. PRIMETIME: FIGHTING BACK AGAINST FORECLOSURE includes useful information about resources available to those caught up in the foreclosure process and would be a very valuable addition to public library collections, expecially those located in areas of high foreclosure rates."
- Patricia B. McGee, Tennesee Technology U, Educational Media Reviews Online