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The Neighborhood Works

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ISBN-10 UOM:39015049111498
Release 1998
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NeighborWorks Works

NeighborWorks Works Author Anne Davis Burns
ISBN-10 0692785191
Release 2016
Pages 650
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"...[A] collection of insights and stories from across the country. It showcases the power of the NeighborWorks network - a group of strong, diversified nonprofits that deliver innovative solutions in affordable housing and community development - and makes the case for sharing strategies and best practices. These organizations are doing work that not only gets results, but can serve as a model for other organizations facing similar issues and challenges. NeighborWorks works to make all communities places of opportunity." -- back cover,



The Good Neighbor

The Good Neighbor Author Maxwell King
ISBN-10 9781683353492
Release 2018-09-04
Pages 416
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Fred Rogers (1928–2003) was an enormously influential figure in the history of television and in the lives of tens of millions of children. As the creator and star of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, he was a champion of compassion, equality, and kindness. Rogers was fiercely devoted to children and to taking their fears, concerns, and questions about the world seriously. The Good Neighbor, the first full-length biography of Fred Rogers, tells the story of this utterly unique and enduring American icon. Drawing on original interviews, oral histories, and archival documents, Maxwell King traces Rogers’s personal, professional, and artistic life through decades of work, including a surprising decision to walk away from the show to make television for adults, only to return to the neighborhood with increasingly sophisticated episodes, written in collaboration with experts on childhood development. An engaging story, rich in detail, The Good Neighbor is the definitive portrait of a beloved figure, cherished by multiple generations.



How to Walk to School

How to Walk to School Author Jacqueline Edelberg
ISBN-10 9781442200029
Release 2009-07-16
Pages 180
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When two gutsy moms ventured inside Nettelhorst, their neighborhood's underutilized and struggling public elementary school, the new principal asked what it would take for them to enroll their children. Stunned by her candor, they returned the next day armed with an extensive wish list. The principal read their list and said "Well, let's get started, girls! It's going to be a busy year . . . " How to Walk to School is the story—from the highs to the lows—of motivated neighborhood parents galvanizing and then organizing an entire community to take a leap of faith, transforming a challenged urban school into one of Chicago's best, virtually overnight. The fate of public education is not beyond our control. In How to Walk to School, Susan Kurland, Nettelhorst's new and entrepreneurial principal, and Jacqueline Edelberg, the neighborhood mom, provide an accessible and honest blueprint for reclaiming the great public schools our children deserve. Check out www.howtowalktoschool.com for more information.



A Ride Through the Neighborhood

A Ride Through the Neighborhood Author Maggie Testa
ISBN-10 9781442498396
Release 2014-01-07
Pages 12
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Trolley takes Daniel Tiger and his friends around the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.



Dying and Living in the Neighborhood

Dying and Living in the Neighborhood Author Prabhjot Singh
ISBN-10 9781421420455
Release 2016-09-11
Pages 312
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Even as US spending on healthcare skyrockets, impoverished Americans continue to fall ill and die of preventable conditions. Although the majority of health outcomes are shaped by non-medical factors, public and private healthcare reform efforts have largely ignored the complex local circumstances that make it difficult for struggling men, women, and children to live healthier lives. In Dying and Living in the Neighborhood, Dr. Prabhjot Singh argues that we must look beyond the walls of the hospital and into the neighborhoods where patients live and die to address the troubling rise in chronic disease. Building on his training as a physician in Harlem, Dr. Singh draws from research in sociology and economics to look at how our healthcare systems are designed and how the development of technologies like the Internet enable us to rethink strategies for assembling healthier neighborhoods. In part I, Singh presents the story of Ray, a patient whose death illuminated how he had lived, his neighborhood context, and the forces that accelerated his decline. In part II, Singh introduces nationally recognized pioneers who are acting on the local level to build critical components of a neighborhood-based health system. In the process, he encounters a movement of people and organizations with similar visions of a porous, neighborhood-embedded healthcare system. Finally, in part III he explores how civic technologies may help forge a new set of relationships among healthcare, public health, and community development. Every rising public health leader, frontline clinician, and policymaker in the country should read this book to better understand how they can contribute to a more integrated and supportive healthcare system.



From Neighborhood to Nation

From Neighborhood to Nation Author Ken Thomson
ISBN-10 9781584658306
Release 2009-08-15
Pages 207
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A study of the unique impact of participatory and representative democracy on policy outcomes at local, state, and national levels.



Neighbor Power

Neighbor Power Author Jim Diers
ISBN-10 0295984449
Release 2004
Pages 202
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Providing concrete examples for citizens and government officials, Diers describes a successful program to support community self-help projects and a community-driven planning process that involved 30,000 people.



In the Neighborhood

In the Neighborhood Author Peter Lovenheim
ISBN-10 1101186674
Release 2010-04-06
Pages 256
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Based on a popular New York Times Op-Ed piece, this is the quirky, heartfelt account of one man's quest to meet his neighbors--and find a sense of community. **As seen in Parade, USA Today, The Washington Post, The Chicago Sun-Times, and more. **Winner of the Zocalo Square Book Prize, and recently named a first selection by Action Book Club. "It's impossible to read this book without feeling the urge to knock on neighbors' doors." -Chicago Sun-Times Journalist and author Peter Lovenheim lived on the same street in suburban Rochester, NY, most of his life. But it was only after a brutal murder-suicide rocked the community that he was struck by a fact of modern life in this comfortable enclave: No one knew anyone else. Thus begins Peter's search to meet and get to know his neighbors. An inquisitive person, he does more than just introduce himself. He asks, ever so politely, if he can sleep over. In this smart, engaging, and deeply felt book, Lovenheim takes readers inside the homes, minds, and hearts of his neighbors and asks a thought-provoking question: Do neighborhoods matter--and is something lost when we live among strangers?



How to Kill a City

How to Kill a City Author Peter Moskowitz
ISBN-10 9781568585246
Release 2017-03-07
Pages 272
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A journey to the front lines of the battle for the future of American cities, uncovering the massive, systemic forces behind gentrification--and the lives that are altered in the process. The term gentrification has become a buzzword to describe the changes in urban neighborhoods across the country, but we don't realize just how threatening it is. It means more than the arrival of trendy shops, much-maligned hipsters, and expensive lattes. The very future of American cities as vibrant, equitable spaces hangs in the balance. Peter Moskowitz's How to Kill a City takes readers from the kitchen tables of hurting families who can no longer afford their homes to the corporate boardrooms and political backrooms where destructive housing policies are devised. Along the way, Moskowitz uncovers the massive, systemic forces behind gentrification in New Orleans, Detroit, San Francisco, and New York. The deceptively simple question of who can and cannot afford to pay the rent goes to the heart of America's crises of race and inequality. In the fight for economic opportunity and racial justice, nothing could be more important than housing. A vigorous, hard-hitting expose, How to Kill a City reveals who holds power in our cities-and how we can get it back



LEGO Neighborhood Book

LEGO Neighborhood Book Author Brian Lyles
ISBN-10 9781593275716
Release 2014-09-14
Pages 204
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In The LEGO Neighborhood Book, you’ll create buildings with real-world details like cornices and facades, and try your hand at interior design by filling your buildings with furniture and light fixtures. Then add the finishing touches to your models with plants, traffic lights, scaffolding, and park benches. Snap together a few houses, shops, and apartment buildings to create your own neighborhood! Inside you’ll find: * Complete, step-by-step instructions for four multistory buildings * Dozens of inspiring ideas to use in your own models * Mini builds for a recliner, old-time lamp post, traffic light, and more * A gallery of the authors’ designs For ages 10+



Reviving America s Forgotten Neighborhoods

Reviving America s Forgotten Neighborhoods Author Elise M. Bright
ISBN-10 9781135579135
Release 2002-06-01
Pages 203
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This book examines both successful and unsuccessful efforts at revitalizing low-income neighborhoods and features case studies on a wide range of American cities.



Pocket Neighborhoods

Pocket Neighborhoods Author Ross Chapin
ISBN-10 9781600851070
Release 2011
Pages 220
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This book by architect and author Chapin describes existing pocket neighborhoods and co-housing communities--and provides inspiration for creating new ones.



Great American City

Great American City Author Robert J. Sampson
ISBN-10 9780226734569
Release 2012-02-15
Pages 534
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To demonstrate the powerfully enduring effect of place, this text reviews a decade of research in Chicago, to demonstrate how neighborhoods influence social phenomena, including crime, health, civic engagement & altruism.



On the Grid

On the Grid Author Scott Huler
ISBN-10 9781605296470
Release 2010-05-11
Pages 248
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Investigates the systems of infrastructure that sustain the world and the cultures of historical periods, following various elements, from electricity and pavement to water and waste disposal, back to their origins and people who operate them.



Living Black

Living Black Author Mark S. Fleisher
ISBN-10 9780299305345
Release 2015-11-24
Pages 161
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Living Black breaks the stereotype of poor African American neighborhoods as dysfunctional ghettos of helpless and hopeless people. Despite real and enduring poverty, the community described here—the historic North End of Champaign, Illinois—has a vibrant social life and strong ties among generations. But it operates on its own nonjudgmental terms—teen moms aren’t derided, school dropouts aren’t ridiculed, and parolees and ex-cons aren’t scorned. Mark S. Fleisher offers a window into daily life in this neighborhood, particularly through the stories of Mo and Memphis Washington, who fight to sustain a stable home for their children, and of Burpee, a local man who has returned to the North End to rebuild his life after years of crime and punishment in Chicago. “Outstanding” books for public & secondary school libraries from university presses, American Library Association



The Winstanley Industry Park Neighborhood Improvement Plan

The Winstanley Industry Park Neighborhood Improvement Plan Author
ISBN-10 UIUC:30112028939798
Release 1992
Pages 377
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The Winstanley Industry Park Neighborhood Improvement Plan has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Winstanley Industry Park Neighborhood Improvement Plan also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Winstanley Industry Park Neighborhood Improvement Plan book for free.