Power in Numbers By Madeline Janis-Aparicio and Roxana Tynan
New alliances and collaborations are winning community benefits agreements that dramatically improve the lives of low-income residents.
The Battle in Brooklyn By John Atlas
Will New York ACORN's decision to partner with a private developer to provide major affordable housing in a gentrifying community pay off?
The Emergence of the CDC Network By David Holtzman
As community development matures, a growing number of state and local networks are enabling communities to share their struggles and build power.
Will President Bush Reform the Mansion Subsidy? By Peter Dreier
Of the recommendations by the Advisory Panel of Federal Tax Reform, it's scaling back the mortgage interest deduction that the president, or the real estate industry, doesn't want to consider.
Looking Back, Looking Forward
Former Shelterforce Editor Woody Widrow speaks with tenant activists from the days of Shelterforce's birth to understand where our movement came from, how it has changed and where it's going.
We also present commentaries on the future of community development by the leaders of Enterprise, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, the National Community Reinvestment Corporation, NAACP, Rainbow/PUSH and NeighborWorks America.