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Building Strong Neighborhoods: A Study Guide for Public Dialogue and Community Problem Solving

January 13, 1998

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Building strong neighborhoods discussion guideA four-session discussion guide on many important neighborhood issues including: race and other kinds of differences; young people and families; safety and community-police relations; homes, housing and beautification; jobs and neighborhood economy; and schools.

 

 

 

 

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