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What problem are we trying to solve
I think I know the answer to the first question. Community development emerged as a product of the War on Poverty to give disadvantaged people, neighborhoods, and communities a chance to liftExpand
The Gospel According to The Simpsons: The Spiritual Life of the World's Most Animated Family
The Simpsons is one of the longest running, funniest, most irreverent, and, according to some religious leaders, the most spiritually relevant show on television today. Journalist Mark PinskyExpand
The Gospel According to Disney: Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust
In this follow-up to his bestselling The Gospel According to The Simpsons: The Spiritual Life of the World's Most Animated Family, religion journalist Mark Pinsky explores the role that the animatedExpand
"Impact Investing": theory, meet practice
T he loud buzz of excitement about Impact Investing is cause for concern, but not only because the enthusiasm is ahead of the practice. The practice of so-called “impact investing” lacks clarity ofExpand
The economic crisis and community development finance: an industry assessment
For thirty years, the community development finance industry—banks, credit unions, loan funds, community development corporations, venture funds, microfinance institutions—has quietly providedExpand
CDFIs: What’s in a Name?
The Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund in the U.S. Department of the Treasury has certified more than 1,000 organizations as CDFIs in accordance with the Riegle-Neal InterstateExpand
36:549 THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO DISNEY: FAITH, TRUST, AND PIXIE DUST by Mark I. Pinsky (Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 2004 — $14.95, paper, ISBN 0-664-22591-8, 286 pp., bibliography,Expand