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Author Bonds, Michael.
Title Race, Politics, and Community Development Funding : the Discolor of Money.
Imprint London : Routledge, 2013.

Author Bonds, Michael.
Series Haworth health and social policy.
Subject Community Development Block Grant Program (U.S.)
Community development -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee.
African Americans -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee -- Politics and government.
Local government -- Wisconsin.
African Americans -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee -- Social conditions.
Description 1 online resource (148 pages)
Note Print version record.
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Chapter 1. Introduction; Chapter 2. CDBG Program Overview; Chapter 3. The Socioeconomic Status of Milwaukee's African Americans; Chapter 4. Surveying the Impact of Race in Milwaukee's Allocation of CDBG Funds; Chapter 5. CDBG Allocation Patterns; Chapter 6. The Unequal and Ugly Effect of Race in the Allocation of CDBG Funds; Chapter 7. Bending Existing CDBG Rules; Chapter 8. Conclusion: How Race Directly Affects the Allocation of CDBG Funds in Milwaukee; Appendix A. Research Methods.
Bibliography Note ReferencesIndex.
Summary Learn how racial and political bias often contribute to the misuse of funding and affect low income and minority communities! Share an insider's view of how race and politics impact the distribution of city services and how the promises of elected African Americans and liberal whites to poor communities are often broken. Authored by a noted expert in urban studies, Race, Politics, and Community Development Funding: The Discolor of Money follows federal money designated to alleviate urban poverty and blight at the local level. Using a variety of research methods, the author shows how k.
ISBN 9781317718420 (electronic bk.)
1317718429 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 868489778

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