Reshaping the U.S. Housing Market: Nonprofits Helping Latinos Bridge the Housing Gap

March 9, 2010
DOI: 10.4016/16536.01

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Senior Urban Expo 2010
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In this research, I wanted to determine the effectiveness in the structure of nonprofit organizations, more specifically the National Council of La Raza and the Chicano Federation of San Diego County, in minimizing the housing gap prevalent among the fast growing low-income Latino population and its white counterpart. Thus far, the NCLR and CFSD have managed to gain recognition for their services and exposed their name to serve thousands of Latinos as well as other underrepresented populations across the United States. Because of their combined efforts, understandings, and ambitious goals to ensure the success of Latino households, advancement towards decreasing the housing gap has been made
My topic deals with affordable housing. The contents of the postercast indicate the purpose, background, and significance of the study. The... » More

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