Charles Duke III

6 Posts

Charles Duke did production and design for Shelterforce from about 1998 to 2001.

Stepping in the Spirit of the March

In just a little over five years, Women in Support of the Million Man March (WISOMMM) has become a force for social change and community development in the greater Newark, […]


Fenway’s Formidable Force

As it celebrates its 28th anniversary, Boston’s Fenway Community Development Corporation (FCDC) is at an interesting point in its history. The need to preserve and develop affordable housing in the […]


Money Doesn’t Always Win

“You know, LeRoy, money always wins.” At those words, LeRoy Lemos sprang into action. Lemos, a community activist and director of the PODER Project in Denver, Colorado, was organizing against […]


Holding America to its Commitment

The Democratic Promise: Saul Alinsky and His Legacy. Produced by the Chicago Video Project and Media Process Educational Films, 1999, Time: 56:40. $225 purchase; $75 rent. Limited number free to […]


A Homegrown Leader (DSNI’s John Barros)

Twenty-seven year old John Barros came up through the ranks of the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI) in Boston, Massachusetts, working in various capacities at the CDC since his teen […]


A Helping Hand

In 1991, Common Ground, a nonprofit developer in Manhattan, purchased the Times Square Hotel to rehab the single room occupancy housing structure and develop supportive services. Completely refurbished in 1993, […]