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Building Community, Still Thirsty for Justice: Supporting Community Development Efforts in Baltimore
Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law (2016)
  • Renee Hatcher, John Marshall Law School
  • Jaime Lee, University of Baltimore School of Law
Abstract
Baltimore is a city of many challenges, but it possesses true community-
based strength. The city’s residents and community organizations are its
greatest assets. This article highlights some of the community’s work and
how the Community Development Clinic at the University of Baltimore
School of Law (CDC) supports this work through its experiential learning
curriculum
Keywords
  • community development,
  • community organizing,
  • right to water,
  • right to housing,
  • community economic development
Disciplines
Publication Date
Spring May 1, 2016
Citation Information
Renee Hatcher and Jaime Lee. "Building Community, Still Thirsty for Justice: Supporting Community Development Efforts in Baltimore" Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law Vol. 25 Iss. 1 (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/renee-hatcher/1/