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CURRENT GRANTS (Page of 5)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
University of California, Los Angeles 2007 "Are They Welcome? Understanding Public Opinion on Immigrants in Southern California" Kim Haselhoff $28722
University of Southern California 2010 "Demographics of Recovery in Post-Crash LA: Evidence from the New Census & American Community Surveys" Dowell Myers $170103
University of Southern California 2008 "Discovering the California Island: Can we Foster a More Productive Political Culture of Social Investment?" Dowell Myers $200000
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
The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens 2009 "In Search of Suburbia: The Photography of Maynard L. Parker and the Architecture of Middle Class Living" Jennifer Watts $27100
University of Southern California 2010 "Mapping Los Angeles Research Online with HyperCities: An Open Access Publishing and Collaboration Platform" Philip Ethington $75000
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
The Huntington Library 2010 "Propery Rights and Civil Rights: Loren Miller's Quest for Open Housing" Greg Hise $39000
University of Redlands 2005 "The Economics of Ethnic Enclaves: An Analysis of Wage and Employment Outcomes in Southern California" Roberto Pedace $10000
Georgia Institute of Technology 2000 A Model of Civic Engagement: African American Leadership in Los Angeles, 1890-1940 Douglas Flamming $65205
 
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