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CURRENT GRANTS (Page of 5)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
Japanese American National Museum 1999 Re-Examining Boyle Heights: Multiethnic Interpretations of Neighborhood Life George Sanchez $48650
The Huntington Library 2009 On the Ground in Suburbia: A Chronicle of Social & Civic Transformations in LA since 1945 Becky Nicolaides $58700
The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens 2009 "On the Ground in Suburbia: A Chronicle of Social and Civic Transformation in Los Angeles since 1945" Becky Nicolaides $58700
Georgia Institute of Technology 2000 A Model of Civic Engagement: African American Leadership in Los Angeles, 1890-1940 Douglas Flamming $65205
University of Southern California 2010 "Mapping Los Angeles Research Online with HyperCities: An Open Access Publishing and Collaboration Platform" Philip Ethington $75000
University of California, Irvine 2007 "Ethnically Transforming Neighborhoods and Violent Crime among and between African-Americans and Latinos: A Study of South Los Angeles" George Tita $83855
University of California, Los Angeles 2013 The Widening Divide Revisited: Income and Earnings Inequality in Los Angeles at the Turn of the 21st Century Paul Ong $100442
University of Southern California 2000 New Contours of Racial Diversity in Los Angeles: Lessons from the New Multi Racial Tabulations of the 2000 Census Philip J. Ethington, Angela James and Dowell Myers $117321
University of Southern California 2003 Dynamics of Immigrant Settlement in Los Angeles: Upward Mobility, Arrival and Exodus Dowell Myers $129984
Economic Roundtable 2017 Population Dynamics and Service Needs of Homeless Individuals Daniel Flaming $144000
 
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