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Initiatives created to tear down barriers to equitable housing (access required)

Two Rochester not-for-profit organizations have received grants from Enterprise Community Partners to support efforts intended to uproot the barriers to fair, equitable and healthy housing that exist due to historic and systemic racism. Enterprise Community Partners issued $2.9 million in grants through its Call for Ideas Program, each ranging between $200,000 and $400,000. Consumer Credit Counseling Service ...
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