|Elroy Christopher - 2003 Awardee: Robert Wood Johnson Community Health Leader|
|Clayton Guyton - 2003 Awardee: Robert Wood Johnson Community Health Leader|
|Office of the Mayor: Baltimore's City Hall|
|Baltimore City, Maryland
Legislative Branch: Legislative Branch|
|The Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition, Inc.(HEBCAC): HEBCAC|
|The Abell Foundation: Abell|
|Baltimore Ecosystem Study: The Baltimore Ecosystem Study|
|American Public Health Association : American Public Health Association|
|National Association for the Advancement of Color People (NAACP) : NAACP|
|The Baltimore Sun: Sun Paper|
For Your Information: What Is A Community?
A community is a set of people (or agents in a more abstract sense) with some shared element in particular a group of people who live in the same area is a community. The substance of shared element varies widely, from a situation to interest to lives and values. The term is widely used to evoke sense of collectivism.
The aggregate of persons with common characteristics such as geographic, professional, cultural, racial, religious, or socioeconomic similarities. Communities can be defined by location, race, ethnicity, age, occupation, interest in particular problems or outcomes, or other common bonds.
The people with common interests living in a particular area.
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