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Cultural Changes and Community Economic Development Initiatives in Legal Services

What Happened in Two Programs

By William C. Kennedy, Gary F. Smith & Mona Tawatao

Community economic development work is rooted in the belief that poor people can seize control of their own social and economic agenda. Integrating this work into a program's advocacy approach involves a departure from traditional, litigation-oriented poverty law practice, and this presents various challenges.

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