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Survey: Minorities feel better about their local economies and job outlook than the national average, while rural Americans generally feel worse
According to a new survey of attitudes from NeighborWorks America, Americans overall are split on their assessment of their local economy and job situation, with minorities reporting more positively than Whites across all income brackets.  On average, the differences can largely be attributed to region, with Americans who live in urban areas reporting more positively about their local economies and job situation, and residents in rural areas more negatively.
Comeback Communities events in New Orleans garner support from JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo Housing Foundation
NeighborWorks America announced that lead grants from JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo Housing Foundation are underwriting the Comeback Communities summit and enabling dozens of nonprofit professionals to attend the one-of-a-kind event here. Comeback Communities is the first step in a national effort designed to identify, explore, celebrate and nurture the essential ingredients of strong, resilient communities. 
Ten years after hurricanes ravaged the Gulf Coast, a stronger sense of community emerges
Ten years after the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history devastated homes and displaced tens of thousands of people from New Orleans and other Gulf Coast cities, residents in that part of the country have come back to build a community that is even stronger and more connected to each other than elsewhere in the U.S.