Investing in What Works for America’s Communities“Today’s poverty differs in several fundamental ways from the poverty that reformers set out to address more than four decades ago,” according to “The Continuing Evolution of American Poverty and Its Implications for Community Development,” a chapter from Investing in What Works for America’s Communities.  This joint project of the Low Income Investment Fund and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco offers a collective account of new visions, strategies, and organizational examples surrounding community development for disadvantaged populations in the post-recession economy—highlighting the importance of people and place. 11/13/2012