Organizations and centers involved in community-based research in the U.S.
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National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders

by urban -- 15/8/2012 08:17:23
NALCAB was founded in 2002.

A group of passionate and experienced community and economic development leaders representing rural and urban Latino communities gathered to identify their most fundamental challenge: in order to build assets and wealth, community development organizations that serve Latino communities need greater access to capital and technical resources.

NALCAB held its' first national conference in 2003 entitled "Accessing Capital to Create Wealth" in Albuquerque, New Mexico and successfully engaged a national cross section of Latino-led nonprofits and investors. In the years that followed, NALCAB expanded its audience through a series of events and developed an increasingly national membership base, representative of both urban and rural... [Extend]