Who are the community leaders? Any responsible group leader willing to form a collalition of leaders to work together to involve neighbors and take back their neighborhood safety.
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What people are saying...
"I would like to express my gratitude for the adopt-a-block strategy you promote. Your work has been a great foundation for the efforts we have begun here. It is one piece to this puzzle, and it serves as a tool for progress. Now my task at hand is to get the job done." Michael O. Adekunle - Pinellas County Urban League, St. Petersburg, FL
"Here at last is a down to earth, do it yourself guide to community organizing. The instructions are simple but powerfully effective and accessible to all communities." Dr. Kimberly Duir - Family & Community Medicine - University of California, SF & UC Davis
"We as citizens have the power to shape and protect our neighborhoods--the key is organization, connection, involvement, action and accountability. We can become a liveable community again." Cessaly Hutchinson, Safe Kids Now, Georgia Representative
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