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Two Fronts in the War on Poverty (washingtonpost.com)

Discussion in 'Interfaith Dialogues' started by Sikh News Reporter, May 18, 2005.

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    washingtonpost.com - BALTIMORE -- Jacquelyn D. Cornish keeps several postcards on her desk at the Druid Heights Community Development Corp., which has marshaled millions in government money in a decades-long effort to renovate houses and rebuild a proud community ravaged by drug addiction, crime and poverty. The cards are from agents looking to buy homes, a small but promising sign that the organization's work is making a difference in this tough corner of west Baltimore.

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