As founder and president of the National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise, Robert Woodson is considered by some to be the godfather of the movement to empower neighborhood-based organizations. Woodson discusses the criticism targeted toward poor Blacks and efforts to eliminate some of the ills afflicting this segment of the American population. (2720)
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