20 J. Affordable Hous. & Cmty. Dev. L. i (2010-2011)

handle is hein.journals/jrlaff20 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of
Affordable Housing
& Community Development Law
VOLUME 20, NUMBER 1                                             FALL 2010
Chair's Message
Forum to Celebrate Its Twentieth Annual Conference in May
W aller  Taylor  III................................................................................................. 1
Editor's Note
Journal's Reach Extends from the Gulf Coast to New York City
and Rural North Carolina
Paulette J. Williams      ...................................... 3
Commentary
Using Business Law to Build Social and Economic
Infrastructure in Low-Income Communities
Stephen  Falla  R iff ............................................................................................. 5
Articles
Community Economic Development and Rural America:
Strategies for Community-Based Collaborative Development
Steven  M .  Virgil......................................................................................  9
Hurricanes, Oil Spills, and Discrimination-Oh My:
The Story of the Mississippi Cottage
Jennifer Evans-Cowley and Andrew Canter.................... 35
Longing for the Way We Were: Nostalgia Meets
Constitutional Reality in Post-Katrina St. Bernard Parish
Brian E. Surratt       ............................................ 79
2010 Law Student Writing Competition
Battling Discriminatory Lending: Taking a Multidimensional
Approach Through Litigation, Mediation, and Legislation
Jamie Duitz ...................     ....................... 101

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