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Redefining the challenges facing metropolitan America and promoting innovative solutions to help communities grow in more inclusive, competitive, and sustainable ways.
An online clearinghouse of investment resources that also encourages collaboration, innovation and research in the community development investment industry.
Strategies for livable communities.
Providing quality affordable housing in safe, thriving communities.
Strengthening philanthropic funders abilities to support and connect organizations working to promote smart growth and create livable communities.
Created in 1996 by housing professionals with extensive, successful experience in developing, financing and managing affordable housing in a mixed-income setting.
Investigates the ways that policies and practices disproportionately affect people of color and the disadvantaged.
Since the 1970s, Camilo José Vergara has been documenting America’s ghettos by photographing the built environment. When presented together as a series, photographs of the built environment constitute the essential element of an urban history told from the ground up.
Helps resident-led, community-based development organizations transform distressed communities and neighborhoods into healthy ones.
Places, Forum of Design for the Public Realm, is a peer reviewed journal that incorporates writings from a variety of fields in design, the arts and social sciences. Please read the mission statement to learn more about the goals and objectives of the journal, and its partner schools and supporters.
A national nonprofit research, communications, capacity building, and advocacy organization working to advance policies to achieve economic and social equity.
A coalition of national, state and local organizations working to improve the ways we plan and build the towns, cities and metro areas we call home.
Working in partnership with low-income communities and communities of color to advance social, economic, and environmental justice in the Bay Area region and beyond.
"Those who serve their communities should be embraced by their communities, not shut out, said J. Ronald Terwilliger."

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