Community Inclusion & Economic Development

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The Center's Community Inclusion and Economic Development Program focuses on combating the ongoing challenge of "spatial inequality," including discriminatory land use policies and practices that have led to the physical, political, social, and economic exclusion and isolation of low-wealth and minority communities; housing discrimination and residential segregation; and land loss and asset depletion in minority families and communities.

This program aggressively targets institutionalized discrimination that perpetuates a legacy of racism by providing legal assistance and advocacy designed to remedy inequities, help close wealth and income gaps, and increase low-income and minority communities' power and influence.

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