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Rocyester dogs may have been the match tossed into the dry tinder of years of frustration and anger. Rocks and bottles were thrown and before long, store windows were being shattered. A mob swept through the Seventh Ward, looting stores and rushing past peacemakers such as Mildred Johnson, who ran a neighborhood unemployment service and tried to calm the crowd.

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Not that all was well before Old friend 50 Rochester New York riots, of course. White Rochesterians had actually begun their exodus years earlier. Some no doubt feared an increasingly black city, but others merely took advantage of accessible FHA mortgages designed to aid the construction of suburban neighborhoods.

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And though Rochester's black population tripled to more than 25, during the 's, the newcomers did not have the high-level skills needed for employment in the manufacturing sector, and the city's iconic industries did far too little to recruit and train them for jobs.

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It's an oversimplification to say that the anger that exploded that July night was the product of Third World housing, high unemployment, and stifling temperatures. But thousands of black people came to Rochester expecting to build better lives and found only better public assistance benefits.

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The residents of this county are good Rochesster when the calls go out for volunteers to read with city children, prepare Thanksgiving baskets, or collect winter clothes, thousands of hands are raised.

And NNew, when you ask how we can reverse this decline, the response is a collective shrug of resignation. Middle-class suburbanites have worked hard to build successful lives for Rchester and their children, and many believe that Rochester's poor just need to do the same.

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Rochedter, cities in America have responded to middle-class flight by annexing adjoining towns, growing their tax bases, and giving suburbanites a personal stake in the success of the city. New York put an end to that practice in the 's, freezing its cities in year-old footprints. New York's 19th century system of local government has codified the ridiculous notion that a city, 19 towns, 10 villages, and 19 school districts, tightly squeezed into a mid-sized county, have such distinct interests that they require separate governments.

Legally, there is no Community of Monroe, as folks here once described themselves, and the last communitywide response to the Old friend 50 Rochester New York decline was a sales tax redistribution plan — 30 years ago. In Monroe County, too many people have become comfortable with walls between city and suburbs, white and black, affluent and poor. Any whisper of city-suburban school partnerships to mitigate the impact of high-poverty city schools Old friend 50 Rochester New York friiend is met with a predictable narrative: Never mind that it's been 40 years since the Supreme Court struck down busing across district lines to relieve segregation resulting from housing Rocgester or other de facto reasons.

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Is Rochester finally more open to change? Sandra Parker, president and CEO of the Rochester Business Alliance, and others say that there is a genuine commitment to dealing with both poverty and education, which is essential to the Old friend 50 Rochester New York economic health. Local business leaders Social networking sites mining an anti-poverty report Olv last year by a mayoral commission in Richmond, Virginia, for strategies that could be adopted in Rochester.

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There are many other community conversations under way, as well. Will any of this talk lead to fundamental change? Not without a big dose of courage. Many people here hold that Rochester's decline was inevitable, partly the result of a global economy that decimated the city's 20th century industries which it didand partly the result of personal choice to move out for greener pastures. But there were many junctures over the past 50 years when different decisions surely would have set Rochester on a different path.

The GRIP-NAPA report called for a two-tiered system of local government that would have retained local control of many services while consolidating key functions: The idea was to provide better service at a better price, but the real virtue of the plan was that it would have required local governments to work together for their shared future.

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It was a lost opportunity. With the authority to override local zoning regulations, the UDC built large complexes across the state, including projects in Greece, Old friend 50 Rochester New York, and Webster. These developments, rather than attacking concentrated poverty, moved it to the suburbs.

Opposition in the 's led the State Legislature to strip UDC of its ability to build without local approval. The smarter course would have been to require UDC to build smaller townhouse developments. After its defeat, the city and county agreed a year later to the Morin-Ryan sales tax formula that gave the city a much larger share of county sales tax revenue.

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It's not that jobs and economic development are suddenly lesser issues, but Rochester has for too long aggressively courted business while ignoring the obvious: These friejd preconditions for reinvestment. Poverty is much more than not having enough money.

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There are organized efforts in Rochester to expand the conversation on the city's future. But engagement must be broad, deep, and result in action.

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It's hard to assess whether there is a trend in this direction. But here, in no particular order, are some of the strategies being Ne or planned. Major public and private funders want to support organizations that collaborate to minimize duplication and maximize outcomes, says Simeon Banister, who runs a Old friend 50 Rochester New York consulting firm, administers a self-help Old friend 50 Rochester New York called Save for Success which provides an 8-to-1 match for students who save a small amount for education or trainingand chairs the Greater Rochester MLK Jr.

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With funding, the MLK commission could hire a team of "navigators" who would become fully familiar with the educational programs aimed at employment.

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Churches should open their buildings to host community meetings, cafes or musical events, to provide child care, to be present to their neighbors, he says.

Lewis Stewart, a veteran civil rights activist and head of the United Christian Leadership Ministry, says that black churches have become insular and should re-engage their communities.