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INDEX 481 AARP, 395 AATCEN. See African American Tobacco Control Education Network ABCD. See asset-based community development abortion, 203 ACA. See Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act access to healthy food, 329–331 ACORN. See Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), 1, 2, 7–9, 14, 20, 37, 115–117, 156, 181, 191, 202–203, 267, 293–296, 371, 376, 449; memorial quilt, 20, 267, 295–296 ACS. See American Cancer Society ACTION framework, 446. See also SWOT analysis action research, 203, 349 active listening, 94, 222 activism: community, 217; grassroots, 401; social, 138 Addams, Jane, 349 Adolescent Social Action Program (ASAP; New Mexico), 66, 68–69 advocacy, 39, 48, 99–102, 113, 119–120, 195, 265, 297–298, 311, 356, 359, 375, 377, 444, 446, 461, 463; campaigns; 140, 390; consumer, 30, 393; groups, 117, 123, 163, 185, 391, 394; health care, 389; legal, 388; media, 2, 16, 22, 133, 141, 154, 196, 270, 294, 325, 367–370, 374, 407–410, 417–418; online, 281; policy, 20, 162, 329, 356–357, 372, 379, 407, 417, 448, 452; social, 41–43, 78; strategies, 44; systems of, 386, 389–393 AFL-CIO. See American Federation of Labor–Congress of Industrial Organizations African American(s), 8, 38,61, 138, 140–141, 229, 292, 298; beauty salons and barber shops, 19, 229–231, 234, 236, 238; community organizing among, 61, 93, 114, 216–217, 224, 238, 299, 355, 378; and health disparities, 8, 13, 138–141, 229–231, 234, 238; as targets of advertising, 113, 192; women’s activism, 223–224 African American Tobacco Control Education Network (AATCEN), 113–114 AFSCME. See American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees agenda setting, 373 AIDS. See acquired immune deficiency syndrome AIDS memorial quilt, 20, 267, 295–296 alcohol, 7, 117–118, 417; companies, 414 Alinsky, Saul, philosophy and methods of, 34, 38, 39, 44, 47, 59–64, 70–72, 75, 105, 110, 117, 124, 138, 183, 190, 194, 216, 261, 271, 389, 399 American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) partnership with Coca Cola, 411–412 American Cancer Society, 241, 393 American Community Survey, 378 American Fact Finder, 446 American Federation of Labor–Congress of Industrial Organizations, 395 American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, 394 analysis: decisional, 160; force field, 208, 449–450, 452; reputational, 160 “anchor” organizations, 335–336 antiprofessionalism, 98–99 APEN. See Asian Pacific Environmental Network “Arab Spring,” 270 art as an organizing tool, 20, 266–267, 288–293, 296 ASAP. See Adolescent Social Action Program Asian Americans, 277, 378 Asians and Pacific Islanders, 266, 273 Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN), 115–116 assessments: community, 17, 19, 22, 47, 133, 149–150, 154, 265, 272, 274, 278, 293, 300, 315, 323–324, 336–339, 425, 434; community health, 153–168; health impact, 368, 380; healthy community, 16, 149, 155, 157, 159–161, 163; interactive contact methods, 165–166; minimal contact methods, 164–165; multimethod, 168; needs, 131–132, 149, 342, 153; no-contact methods, 163–164; participatory, 353 asset-based community development (ABCD), 130–131, 133, 356 asset development: local, 175; organization, 183–185; team, 177 associational life, 156, 159, 183 Association House, 335–336 Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), 69–71, 200, 206, 394 associations: citizens’, 174, 176, 182, 184; community, 174, 183; neighborhood, 175, 379 asthma, 2, 9,14, 44, 104, 162–163,194, 236, 309, 331, 373, 378, 444, 451 Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council (BYNC), 59–60 barbershops, 19, 212, 229–242 battered women, 223 BEAUTY project. See North Carolina Bringing Education and Understanding to You beauty salons, 19, 212, 229–242 Bellwether methodology, 375 Berkeley Media Studies Group, 369, 452 best practices, 49, 324 Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation, 334 Blackwell, Angela Glover, 367 Black Women’s Clubs, 217 Black Women’s Health Project, 39 blogs, 5, 269, 272, 280, 401, 411 bonding, sister, 72; social capital, 81, 315 breast cancer, 233, 275 bridging social capital, 81, 315, 438 Bubbling Over (report), 409 bucket brigade, 137 bureaucratization, 98 bus boycott (Montgomery, Ala.), 224 BYNC. See Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council California Center for Public Health Advocacy (CCPHA), 409, 413–414 California Endowment, 262 California Medical Association (CMA), 397 California Nurses Association, 397–398 California OneCare Campaign, 22, 396, 401–403, Full Care, for All, for Less, 402 California Physician’s Alliance, 397 California School Employees Association (CSEA), 398–399 California Senior Leaders Alliance (CSLA), 119–120 California single payer bill, 400. See also single payer...


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  • Health promotion.
  • Community health services -- Citizen participation.
  • Community organization.
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