Putting Faith in Neighborhoods : Making Cities Work through Grassroots Empowerment

Putting Faith in Neighborhoods : Making Cities Work through Grassroots Empowerment

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Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
SECTION ONE The Three "C's": Citizen, City,
Civil Society
Chapter One: Putting Citizens First 3 (22)
A Crisis of Citizenship 3 (2)
The Challenge of Citizenship 5 (12)
Personal Responsibility 10 (2)
Putting Official "Faith" in Citizenship 12 (2)
The Right Balance: The Example of Policing 14 (3)
A City Where Citizenship Matters: The 17 (4)
Indigenous Institutional Glue
Government Transition: From Professionalism 21 (4)
to Partnership
Chapter Two: Hope of Empowerment 25 (18)
What Kind of Empowerment? 25 (7)
Political Activist Empowerment 27 (1)
"Toquevillian" Empowerment 27 (1)
Economic Empowerment 28 (2)
Municipal Citizenship as Classical 30 (2)
Empowerment
Recovering a Robust Civil Society in 32 (11)
Indianapolis
SECTION TWO Indianapolis as a Laboratory
Chapter Three: Building Strong Neighborhoods 43 (20)
I: Solid Infrastructure, Strong Local
Economy, Safe Streets
Citywide Reform as a Way of Life 45 (2)
Enhancing Neighborhood Appearance 47 (4)
Building Better Neighborhoods 47 (2)
Project 180 49 (1)
Mayor's Community Service Program 50 (1)
Increasing Economic Opportunity 51 (8)
Downtown Development 51 (2)
Creating a Vibrant, Diverse Economic 53 (3)
Environment
Indianapolis Independence Initiative 56 (3)
Creating True Community Policing 59 (4)
Partnerships
Chapter Four: Building Strong Neighborhoods 63 (22)
II: Enlivening Self-Governance, Increasing
Social Capital, and Partnering with
Faith-Based Organizations
Strengthening Neighborhood Independence and 63 (22)
Self-Governance
Enlarging the Public Square 64 (1)
Municipal Federalism 65 (3)
Empowerment and Citizenship: The 68 (9)
Neighborhood Empowerment Initiative (NEI)
A Sense of Place 69 (2)
Neighborhood Coordinators and Township 71 (1)
Administrators
Leadership Training 72 (1)
Nuisance Abatement 73 (2)
Social Services 75 (2)
Increasing the Impact of Faith-Based 77 (8)
Organizations
SECTION THREE The City and Citizenship Tomorrow
Chapter Five: Strengthening Communities 85 (14)
Municipal Citizenship and the Importance of 85 (2)
Locality
Municipal Citizenship and Can-Do Character 87 (2)
Public Challenges to Municipal Citizenship 89 (8)
Diverse Private Actors with Public 90 (1)
Purposes
Encouraging Participation by Removing 91 (2)
Barriers to Small, Effective Groups
Minimizing the Bureaucratic 93 (4)
Professionalism That Inhibits Innovation
and Good Sense
Municipal Citizenship and Subsidiarity 97 (2)
Chapter Six: Investing in Social Capital and 99 (10)
Value-Enhancing Partnerships
Social Capital and Values 99 (6)
Municipal Citizens 105(4)
Chapter Seven: Civil Society's New Challenge: 109(32)
Public Sector Management and Faith-Based
Organizations
The Unique Contribution of Faith-Based 109(14)
Organizations
The Pragmatic Approach 110(1)
The Social Capital Approach 111(4)
The Moral/Spiritual Approach 115(5)
The Accountability Approach 120(3)
Public Responsibility for Faith-Based 123(18)
Partnerships
Contracting for Results: Accountability 123(4)
and Measurement
The Right Balance 127(4)
Ways of Helping 131(10)
Even and Friendly Playing Field 131(2)
Financial Resources 133(3)
Authority 136(5)
CASE STUDY The Neighborhood Empowerment 141(52)
Initiative in Three Indianapolis Neighborhoods:
Practices as Principles
by Ryan Streeter
Index 193