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Minority Local

Grant Overview
The Minority Local Project will work to reach minorities through a business initiative, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, a healthcare safety net collaborative and a minority home visiting program.

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Immigrant families (search other projects targeting Immigrant families)
Minority families (search other projects targeting Minority families)

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