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Browsing by Subject "Washington, D.C."

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  • Cristaldo, Mario (Southern New Hampshire University, 2006)
    Manna Inc. proposes to develop an affordable homeownership project in the Columbia Heights neighborhood for thirteen residents of Washington, D.C. Participants of the project will buy affordable units in a newly renovated ...
  • Spann-Edwards, Cheryl (Southern New Hampshire University, 1989)
    This report is an analysis of the Adams Morgan/Mt. Pleasant Community Development Corporation in Washington, DC. The report provides an overview of the organizational structure of the agency and the author's experience ...
  • Johnson, Audrey (Southern New Hampshire University, 1995)
    As stated in the thesis project, "This final report will illustrate the process that Capitol Area Community Development Corporation under went to produce a low income housing renovation project. The purpose of this project ...
  • Karim, Abubakr Muhammad (Southern New Hampshire University, 1998)
    As stated in the thesis project, "The Langston and Carver Communities are located in Ward 5. Carver/Langston Coalition, Inc. services the geographic area known as census tracks 89.3 and 89.4. Approximately ten thousand ...
  • Leaks, Linda (Southern New Hampshire University, 2000)
    As stated in the thesis project, "The purpose of this report is to document my experiences in preparing a plan that uses a Community Economic Development (CED) strategy for preserving and sustaining Limited Equity Housing ...
  • Iverson, Carol (Southern New Hampshire University, 2004)
    Earthkeeping Ministry is developing and implementing a two-level pilot entrepreneurship training program for immigrant, low-income, at-risk youth in Ward 4 of Washington D.C. The report desribes the Earthkeeping Ministry ...
  • Diop, Ahmadou Bachir (Southern New Hampshire University, 2011)
    Financial Literacy: The Path to Homeownership is a Washington, D.C. based community economic development project with an aim to bring literacy, resources, financial empowerment, savings and credit management to the residents ...
  • Fletcher, Patsy M. (Southern New Hampshire University, 1993)
    This report describes the potential for creating a historic district that preserves the "history and culture of traditional African-American Washington, District of Columbia." (Library-derived description)
  • Holdsclaw, John IV (Southern New Hampshire University, 2006)
    Since January 2005, the Ivy City Community Development Project, led by sponsoring organization Empower DC, has worked to create an organization for the Ivy City community in Washington, DC, led by residents and stakeholders, ...
  • Norouzi, Parisa (Southern New Hampshire University, 2006)
    Since January 2005, the Ivy City Community Development Project, led by sponsoring organization Empower DC, has worked to create an organization for the Ivy City community in Washington, DC, led by residents and stakeholders, ...
  • Adams-Shango, Hazel (Southern New Hampshire University, 1999)
    A Place in the Sun Parent Collective of Washington, D.C. is an unincorporated, self funded association of nine African-American women who are parents of children with special educational needs. The Collective developed out ...