Twenty-eight community groups on Thursday asked Robert Parry, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, to call a meeting of California's largest financial institutions within 10 days to devise a plan for combating mortgage discrimination.

The activists want a five-year plan hammered out that would nearly double minority homeownership in the state to 72%, the level of homeownership among whites living in the state.

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