OUR PROGRAMS

PUBLICATIONS AND DATABASES

"The Community must assume full responsibility for providing its residents with a community environment that is conducive to positive character and personal behavior by meeting the needs of all of its residents, especially their employment needs in order to reduce crime in the community."


THE COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL DATABASE
FIGURE 1
The Kinte Center has investigated and sized up the mechanics of setting the Residential Database in place pending adoption of the proposed Community Development and Community Economic Development Plans. The database will contain pertinent information for every household in the proposed CityEast community (55th Avenue East to the Oakland-San Leandro border) with a listed telephone number (click on Figure 1).

Successful community building will depend heavily on the level of support from the residents of the community. The Residential Database will enable direct contact (written and telephone) with the residents of the community to gain their support for the effort and to keep them abreast of progress. This database is an especially valuable tool for the merchants in the community for direct marketing purposes.

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