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2004

Making Community Development Affordable

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Bridge Builders Award

Raymond R. Christman, President, Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta and M. Craig Pascal, Vice President, Community Development Specialist, Washington, DC branch of BB&T of NC, for their understanding of the value of culture-based community development and their dedication towards creating opportunities for them to exist and thrive in the Washington, DC region through the successful EDGE Program which has benefited such organizations as The Dance Institute of Washington and Joe’s Community Arts Organization in Mt Rainier, Maryland.

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Partners In Building Better Communities

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Carl W. "Bill" Struever, President & CEO, Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse and Bank of America for their joint efforts in "Building Better Communities" throughout Baltimore and the East Coast through Smart Growth projects and neighborhood transformations.

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Bridging The Digital Divide

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Rey Ramsey, Co-Founder and CEO, One Economy Corporation, Ben Hecht, Co-Founder, President and COO, One Economy Corporation and Lewis P. Jones, President, The J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation for innovative programs to get computer technology into inner-city homes of those cut off from the economic mainstream.

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Building Bridges Through the Diversity of Experience

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Allan Kullen, President, People of America Foundation, & Founder, Americans All, Bob Knight, Former Mayor, Wichita, Kansas and the Dedicated Employees of Todd Allan Printing for working toward racial reconciliation around the nation by designing, advocating and supporting programs that promote understanding of the ties that connect us, regardless of diverse backgrounds.

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Transforming Bayview While Protecting the Bay

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Alice Coles, Executive Director, Bayview Citizens for Social Justice and Stephen Parker, Director, The Nature Conservancy, Virginia Coast Reserve for their leadership efforts in creating a new town by advancing both human needs such as housing, sewage, job training and childcare with the need to protect the ecological system of the region. Their dedication in this combined pursuit has not only benefited the low-income residents of Bayview but has helped to sustain one of Virginia’s poorest, rural villages on the Eastern Shore.

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