WASHINGTON -- The American Bankers Association on Thursday acknowledged that there are patterns of discrimination in mortgage lending and launched a campaign to help banks make more loans to minorities.

The ABA plans to form a clearing house this fall that will use training programs, manuals, workshops, and other means to educate banks about making home loans to "minorities and low/moderate-income people."

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