July 19, 2011

“After the Assessments: Next Steps” The HUD CFBNP Southwest Leadership Conference

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Our guest blogger today is David Carradini, HUD’s Center for Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships On July 26-28 the HUD Faith-Partnership Center is delivering the Southwest Tribal Leadership Conference, under the auspices of the Southwest Tribal Housing Alliance at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, NM.  The theme of the Conference is “After the […]

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HUD is a Leader in Providing Language Services To Persons who are Limited English Proficient

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Our guest blogger today is Vang Xiong, Summer Intern in HUD’s Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity Based on census data, approximately 24 million people within the United States speak English ‘less than very well.’   For persons who have limited English proficiency (LEP), seeking help on housing, employment, health, child care, etc. is a daily […]

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Partnering with Communities for Economic Growth

Cross posted from WhiteHouse.gov Next week, I’ll participate in the 2011 Annual Conference of the National Association of Counties(NACo) with partners from across the Administration. The timing is bittersweet for me, as I prepare to return to Seattle after more than two years as Deputy Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. But […]

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July 15, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Before you head out the door for the weekend, check out today’s batch of housing news stories: Volunteers will help homeless veterans at “Stand Down” events across the country this weekend. Thousands of people are volunteering at San Diego’s Stand Down event. For one of them, taking part is a way to honor her son’s […]

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