Interviews and References


John F. Barros, interviewed by Bryan Dyer, telephone interview on March 27, 2013.  Former executive director of DSNI and life-long neighborhood resident. 

Diane Dujon.  Interviewed by Bryan Dyer, telephone interview on April 4, 2013. Long-time neighborhood resident and one of first home owners in DSNI housing development. 

Tony Hernandez.  Interviewed by Bryan Dyer, telephone interview on April 9, 2013. Life-long resident of neighborhood and staff member of Dudley Neighbors, Inc. 



Abraham, Yvonne.  2014. “Trust and Transformation in a Roxbury Neighborhood.” Boston Globe, July 24.  Accessed August 4, 2015.

Davis, John E.  2010.  The Community Land Trust Reader.  Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Dudley Neighbors, Inc., “Dudley Neighbors, Inc” Web site:  Accessed January 31, 2016

The Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI).  Website.  Accessed August 4, 2015.

Dwyer, Lee Allen.  2015.  Mapping Impact: An Analysis of the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative Land Trust.  MA Thesis in City Planning, MIT.  Accessed January 31, 2016. 

Mahan, Leah and Mark Lipman2012.  Gaining Ground.  Blooming Grove, NY: New Day Films.

Mahan, Leah and Mark Lipman.1996.  Holding Ground.  Blooming Grove, NY: New Day Films.

Medoff, Peter and Holly Sklar.  1999.  Streets of Hope: The Fall and Rise of an Urban Neighborhood.  South End Press.

Taylor, Elizabeth A.  1995.  “The Dudey Street Neighborhood Initiative and the Power of Eminent Domain.”  Boston College Law Review.  V. 36, n. 5 (September), 1061-1087.

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Center for Economic Development. “The Economic State of Milwaukee: The City and the Region,” Chapter 4: Poverty, Table 4.1 (Proportion of Population in Poverty-Cities, 1970-1990).  Accessed January 31, 2016.

Shlachter, Barry.  1986. “Irate Blacks Pushing for Secession in Boston.”  LA Times, September 7 Associated Press, LA times, Sept 7.  Accessed August 4, 2015