The Brockton Interfaith Community is sponsoring the meeting during which they will ask the Federal Reserve and other public officials to take action and enforce a new set of rules for the financial industry.

The Federal Reserve will come to the city next month to hear from area residents who have suffered losses due to the financial crisis.


The meeting is set for 6 p.m. on Nov. 1 at St. Patrick’s Church on Main Street.


Sandy Braunstein, of the Federal Reserve’s community affairs office, will be there along with U.S. Reps. Barney Frank, D-Newton, and Stephen Lynch, D-Boston, a member of the House Finance Committee.


They will be joined by members of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.


The Brockton Interfaith Community is sponsoring the meeting during which they will ask the Federal Reserve and other public officials to take action and enforce a new set of rules for the financial industry.


People from the community are expected to show the impact of the foreclosure crisis and the importance of have access to safe and affordable credit.


The meeting will also address the need to rebuild communities.


The meetings are part of the Save our American Dream campaign.


Elaine Allegrini can be reached at eallegrini@enterprisenews.com.