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Are We Still Going Through the Empty Ritual of Participation? Inner-City Residents’ and Other Grassroots Stakeholders’ Perceptions of Public Input and Neighborhood Revitalization
Perceptions of Residential Displacement and Grassroots Resistance to Anchor Driven Encroachment in Buffalo, NY
There Goes Our Family Friendly Neighborhood: Residents’ Perceptions of Institutionally Driven Inner-City Revitalization in Buffalo, NY
Community Agenda Update: Midyear Progress Report
Affordable Housing Strategies for the City of Buffalo
The PUSH Green Development Zone: Building Housing Equity from the Ground Up
Municipal property acquisition patterns in a shrinking city, Evidence for the persistence of an urban growth paradigm in Buffalo, NY
Community through the eyes of children: blending child-centered research and qualitative geovisulization
William Worthy’s Concept of "Institutional Rape" Revisited: Anchor Institutions and Residential Displacement in Buffalo, NY
Chasing a Paper Tiger: Evaluating Buffalo’s Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice
Dawn of the Dead City: An Exploratory Analysis of Vacant Addresses in Buffalo, NY 2008 to 2010
Walking Tours: Narratives About the Commodore Perry Housing Development
Municipal Water Management, Private Contracting, and Public Response: A Case Study of Water Privatization in Buffalo, New York
How local public administrators, nonprofit providers, and elected officials perceive impediments to fair housing in the suburbs: an analysis of Erie County, New York
Mortgage Lending Disparities in Metropolitan Buffalo: Implications for Community Reinvestment Policy
The Role of Citizen Participation and action research Principles in Main Street Revitalization
Building a Better Neighborhood Housing Partnership