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The Culture Of Renewal, Part 2: Characteristics of the community renewal movement

an article in National Civic Review by Richard Louv

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He says that “Ultimately, the culture of renewal represents the individual American’s revived search for meaning—but within the context of community.” Other renewal proponents advocate “new work”—which emphasizes community: “Examples are churches that create business centers so entrepreneurs can afford computers and other office machines and pool their talents, and single mothers who work fewer hours for outside companies and more hours for one another, offering child care and respite.” The article is—like all of Louv’s writing—full of hope-inspiring anecdotes.