William Monroe Trotter Institute

The Study of Black Culture

Housing and Community Development

HOUSING and COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
(To order publications see bottom of page)

Housing Affordability for Households of Color
   in Massachusetts
  Michael E. Stone, 2006
  Available for download
  Full report: 59pp., 4.8MB  Summary: 10pp., 1.9MB.

Washington Street Charette Project: Avoiding
   Past Failures and Building for a New City -                                          $10.00
  Occasional Paper No. 41
  James Jennings, 9 pp., 1998,

Community Development -                                                               $ 5.00
  Occasional Paper No. 11
  Eugene "Gus" Newport, 12 pp., 1989,

Blacks and Latinos in Boston: A Community
   Profile -                                                                                         $ 8.00
  Research Report No. 12
  James Jennings, 50 pp., 1988,

Determining Tax Contributions and Service
   Benefits for Greater Roxbury -                                                         $ 5.00
  Occasional Paper No. 14
  Bette Woody, 7 pp., 1988,

Community-Based Housing: Potential for a
   New Strategy -                                                                               $10.00
  Research Report No. 2
  Rachel G. Bratt, 80 pp., 1985,

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