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So happy to see families like Heidi's moving into Little Pond Place. Excited for the other 39 families who will get to call Little Pond home. There are too many to thank for helping to make 40 apartments of 100% affordable housing in Falmouth a reality.
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We are excited for @MKInstitute's workshop series People, Power, and Place. It's important for all in the development community to understand and learn from our history to inform our present and future. Sign up here: https://t.co/19R8T3XOmy
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Over 100 healthcare institutions and ppl in the health care/public health community support a Right to Housing Counsel in MA b/c stable housing = better health outcomes. Read letter to the @MassGovernor here: https://t.co/0udFr66zmr #right2counsel #mapoli @CSHInfo @MassLawReform

Pyramid schemes are growing as the coronavirus pandemic hits Black communities especially hard. Real-wealth building initiatives are becoming more important than ever. @LISC_BOSTON @UjimaBoston @NCRC @CDFIFund @OppFinance

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Affirmative is proud to continue its work of partnering with impactful non-profits and mission-driven developers. We look forward to the Horizons Watermark Center improving the lives of youth in Roxbury. @HHCTweets @YouthBuildUSA @WaterMarkDev https://t.co/WTsEJIE14e

Strengthening the Historic Tax Credit program, as well as #NMTC and #LIHTC, is critical to maintain investments in our distressed communities during the COVID crisis. https://t.co/8X9ip6X0e5