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The Changing Roles of Community-Based Organizations. James Fraser, Vanderbilt University. The Multiple Roles of Neighborhood-Based Organizations in Today’s Cities. Neighborhood Maintenance, Service Provision, and Advocacy

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The changing roles of community based organizations

The Changing Roles of Community-Based Organizations

James Fraser, Vanderbilt University


The multiple roles of neighborhood based organizations in today s cities

The Multiple Roles of Neighborhood-Based Organizations in Today’s Cities

  • Neighborhood Maintenance, Service Provision, and Advocacy

  • Urban Context: Transforming Urban Space and the Entrepreneurial Community


Neighborhoods of opportunity chattanooga

Neighborhoods of Opportunity: Chattanooga

  • Highland Park (Strong Leadership & The Case of The Bell’s)

  • Southside (Accommodation, Housing Upgrades and the Case of Live Urban)

  • The Big 9 (Changing Leadership and the Role of CNE)


Examples of housing change

Examples of Housing Change


Southwest central durham

Southwest Central Durham

  • Quality of Life Project

  • Six Neighborhood Associations Joining Forces

  • Building Relationships Through Strong Advocacy

  • Self-Help Credit Community Development Corporation, Duke University, Habitat for Humanity


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