Grants for Black Colleges
HUD officials announced a new $2.5 million grant program for historically black colleges and universities which will go towards establishing community development corporations.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Roland Anglin Director Ford Foundation->Urban Poverty Program
- Ernest Osborne Vice President Structured Employment Econ. Dev. Corp.
- Dwight Robinson Deputy Secretary Department of Housing and Urban Development->Development
- Tom Seessel President Structured Employment Econ. Dev. Corp.
- Ken Williams Deputy Assistant Secretary Department of Housing and Urban Development
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