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Neighbor power : building community the Seattle way

Author: Jim Diers
Publisher: Seattle : University of Washington Press, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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"Building on the lessons of early labor leaders, civil rights volunteers, and political activists, Jim Diers has developed highly acclaimed strategies for community development and citizen empowerment. In Neighbor Power he offers real-life examples of how to build active, creative neighborhoods, with practical lessons in participatory democracy for ordinary, caring citizens who want to make a difference, and  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Diers
ISBN: 0295984449 9780295984445
OCLC Number: 55665320
Description: x, 202 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: Valuing community : the Department of Neighborhoods' origins --
Organizing communities : involving all neighbors and other programs --
Connecting communities : neighborhood service centers and district councils --
Building community : the neighborhood matching fund --
Cultivating community : the P-Patch program --
Sustaining communities : the neighborhood planning program --
Celebrating community : neighbor appreciation day --
Modeling community : Columbia City --
Replicating neighborhood programs.
Responsibility: Jim Diers.
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A memoir and portfolio by the activist responsible for the nationally recognized Seattle neighborhood movement.  Read more...

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"Jim Diers was the Pied Piper for the Seattle neighborhood movement which built a national and international reputation for its new approach to planning, giving real meaning to the slogan, 'Power to Read more...

 
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