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One Voice

Jackson, Mississippi, United States

Advance equitable development and systemic change in New Orleans, Louisiana, by supporting power analysis/mapping, stakeholder convenings, and other activities in partnership with vulnerable and marginalized communities

Sep. 1, 2011 - Sep. 30, 2012
$100,000

One Voice

Jackson, Mississippi, United States

Advance equitable development and systemic change in New Orleans, Louisiana, by supporting power analysis/mapping, stakeholder convenings, and other activities in partnership with vulnerable and marginalized communities

Sep. 1, 2011 - Sep. 30, 2012

Focus Area

Geographic Focus

Louisiana, Mississippi

Amount

$100,000

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