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Theory to Practice: Place Matters – Social Capital and Community Economic Development

By Jamie McCall, Emily Stallings and Kevin Dick / July 22, 2020

Theory to Practice: COVID-19’s economic cost is emerging, and it’s worse than we thought. We need to think outside the box to save small businesses.

By Jamie McCall / March 29, 2020

Theory to Practice: Why donate to a CDFI? A look at how loan funds are supported by institutions and individuals –

By Emily Stallings / December 13, 2019

When Vision & Values are Shared: Partnering to Achieve Greater Impact for Small Businesses

By Carolina Small Business / May 11, 2018

Opportunity Zone program seeks to unlock capital for distressed communities

By Carolina Small Business / February 2, 2018

Government shutdown appears likely

By Carolina Small Business / January 19, 2018

The$14.8 billion economic impact of HBCUs

By Carolina Small Business / December 6, 2017

A model for CDFI & HBCU partnership

By Carolina Small Business / November 22, 2017

Public-private partnerships that work

By Carolina Small Business / October 13, 2017

CDFIs effectively serve distressed areas and can do more

By Carolina Small Business / September 22, 2017

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