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Title: Postcards: Saving the mint
Authors: Elbein,Saul
Source: Texas Observer, Jul-12, 104 :7 ,pg 32- 35
Subjects: Houston (Tex.) - Community development Alief (Tex.) - Community development Garcia Francisco Texans Together Swafford Priscilla
Additional Information: Profile of Francisco "Frank" Garcia of Texans Together and his efforts to create a community center in the Mint apartments in Alief (Tex.), generally considered to be one of the most crime-ridden apartment buildings in the Houston area.
Ref ID: 94645
 
Title: Tyrant's foe: Helping neighborhoods organize themselves
Authors: Richardson,Susan Smith
Source: Texas Observer, Jul-12, 104 :7    
Subjects: Cox Charhonda Texans Together Houston (Tex.) - Community development Community Organization
Additional Information: Profile of Houston community organizer, Charhonda Cox.
Ref ID: 94784
 
Title: Reporter: Good book - Taking his message to the masses, Kirbyjon Caldwell works another miracle
Authors: Poole,Claire
Source: Texas Monthly, 1999, 27 :2 ,pg 26-  
Subjects: Caldwell Kirbyjon Houston (Tex.) - Community development
Additional Information: ID: 11538; The Gospel of Good Success: A Road Map to Spiritual, Emotional, and Financial Wholeness by Kirbyjon Caldwell.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 63187
 
Title: Reporter: Good book - Taking his message to the masses, Kirbyjon Caldwell works another miracle
Authors: Poole,Claire
Source: Texas Monthly, 1999, 27 :2 ,pg 26-  
Subjects: Caldwell Kirbyjon Houston (Tex.) - Community development
Additional Information: ID: 11538; The Gospel of Good Success: A Road Map to Spiritual, Emotional, and Financial Wholeness by Kirbyjon Caldwell.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 39388
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