Ascala Sisk

Neighborworks America

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Director of community stabilization at the housing nonprofit Neighborworks America in Washington, DC

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The foreclosure crisis has eased, but for a lot of L.A. neighborhoods, its remnants remain: vacant, blighted, bank-owned houses.

Blighted Homes in LA

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