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The Center for Community Development Investments

Community Investments , Volume 20 , Issue Spr

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The New Markets Tax Credit Program: will it live up to its potential?

Because many small businesses in isolated inner-city or rural locations are cut off from mainstream capital networks, a new conduit for channeling equity capital is needed?patient capital that can be used to grow a business and manage risks in less diversified economies. Many believe the New Markets Tax Credit Program, which aims to stimulate $15 billion in private equity investment in low-income communities, can provide such a conduit. While the program has many strengths, it is still too early to tell whether it will live up to its promise because the initial investments are just beginning ...
Community Reinvestment Forum , Issue Fall , Pages 1-20

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The asset policy initiative of California : building momentum for policy change at the state level

Community Investments , Volume 17 , Issue May

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Case study: transforming a brownfield in Baltimore

Community Investments , Volume 20 , Issue Sum

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Helping turn a vision into reality

Banking and Community Perspectives , Issue Oct , Pages 4 & 8

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Community revitalization: lessons from Anacostia

a speech at Operation HOPE?s Anacostia Economic Summit, Washington, D.C.
Speech , Paper 193

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CEDA (Community and Economic Development of Association): celebrating 40 years of building community partnerships to improve lives

After President Lyndon Johnson declared an ?unconditional war on poverty?1 in 1964, the Economic Opportunity Act2 was drafted, and numerous organizations quickly formed to wage battle in communities around the country. The Community and Economic Development Association of Cook County, Inc. (CEDA)3was one such group. Established in 1966, CEDA began at the grassroots level ? in schools, churches, storefronts, and community centers. It is now one of the largest private nonprofit organizations in the U.S., with over 200 offices throughout Cook County. With a staff of 700, over 4,500 volunteers, ...
Profitwise , Issue May , Pages 8-10

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Historic preservation meets community development

For years, community development and historic preservation operated in their own worlds. Today a new awareness of common interests is enabling collaborations that produce benefits for all.
Communities and Banking , Issue Sum , Pages 13-15

Speech
The challenge of concentrated poverty, presentation to the Community Development Policy Summit, Cleveland, Ohio, June 22, 2006

We are here today and tomorrow to examine concentrated poverty - that is, poverty that affects more than 40 percent of people living in a particular region or city - through the lens of community development. I think we can all agree that community reinvestment initiatives have done a great deal to help low- to moderate-income families over the past generation. But we know that there is still a long way to go.
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