Equitable Development Moves Forward in the Nation’s Capital

Written by GREGORY D. SQUIRES, DOMINIC T. MOULDEN AND KALFANI N. TURE

"Angela Glover Blackwell set the tone in her keynote address when she called for a new national narrative on community development; one based on current demographic and economic realities, not just morality. [...] Recognizing the continuing racial and class segregation of cities she focused a laser on the significance of place in shaping the nation’s opportunity structure. She reminded the group how neighborhood determines [...] virtually all aspects of the quality of life, including life expectancy itself."

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The second annual Equitable Development Symposium will take place March 26, 2015.

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