A Day in a Life: How Racism Impacts Families of Color [Infographic]

By The Numbers | Prosperity and Inequity in the District

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African American Employment, Population & Housing Trends in Washington, D.C.

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The healthy D.C. economy is leaving behind longtime black residents, new study finds

Catalogue for Philanthropy | Give Like a Local

Read more about the Philanthropy Catalogue here.

Kids and Communities Data Visualization | Federal Reserve Strong Foundations

Number of Minority-Owned Employer Firms Increased

Creating Viral Impact In Black Communities Through Small Business Expansion

Comcast Ideasfest

A Vision for an Equitable DC

The Color of Wealth in the Nation’s Capital

Toward a Community Vision for Equitable Economic Development

Power to the People: Community Land Trusts and Ancostia

Born to Give a Human Approach to Catalyzing Philanthropy

LISC DC’s $50 Million Elevating Equity Initiative

White Paper- Toward a Community Vision for Equitable Economic Development

A City Breaking Apart: The Incomes of DC’s Poorest Residents are Falling, While Economic Growth is Benefiting Better-Off Residents

CBE Opportunity Guide

-Executive Offices of the Mayor, Muriel E. Bowser, Mayor

Ensuring that Everyone Benefits from Economic Development East of the River

When hundreds of people gathered last Thursday for a conference on “Equitable Economic Development East of the River,” organized by City First Foundation, DCFPI shared statistics that remind us of how different life is for residents living there. You can view the full article here.

-via www.dcfpi.org

Our Changing City and Trends East of the River

 

DHCD Pipeline of Projects (Wards 7 and 8)

DHCD ­ DFD Pipeline : Projects. View the full list here.

-via dhcd.dc.gov

DC Small Biz Loans

Small businesses sometimes don’t meet the credit and other financial requirements of traditional financial institutions. DCSmallBizLoans.com gives you access to four local community lenders at the same time. Download information here.

-via www.cnhed.org

11th Street Bridge Park

As the old 11th Street river bridges that connect Washington, DC’s Capitol Hill and historic Anacostia neighborhoods are being replaced, the District government and THEARC will transform the aged infrastructure into the city’s first elevated park:  a new venue for healthy recreation, environmental education and the arts. Learn more about Bridge Park here.

-via www.bridgepark.org

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