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CURA Reporter. Winter 2005 Issue.

This issue contains the following feature articles: Brief Encounters: Children in Shelter for Seven Days or Less, by Esther Wattenberg, Katherine Luke, and Molly Ann Petersen; Community Organizing and Citizen Involvement: Case Studies from the Twin Cities Training Program for Neighborhood Organizers, by Bina Thompson Nikrin; Work, Race, and Welfare Reform: A Study of the Minnesota Family Investment Program in Hennepin County, 1998-2002, by Mary Martin, David Hollister, Jessica Toft, Ji-in Yeo, and Youngmin Kim; Project Update: The Consequences of Racial Disparities in School Suspensions, by Charlotte Voight, Julia Blount, and Mary Lou Middleton; New Careers Program: A Retrospective, by Michael D. Greco. (For abstracts of articles, conduct a new search for the author or title of the article you are interested in.)

Journal: 
CURA Reporter
Publication date: 
2005
Publisher: 
Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
Pages: 
35 (1): 1-28
Online availability
Download from CURA: 
CURA call number: 
Reporter 35 (1)