Highlighted DCLT as a nationally-recognized, grassroots organization working in communities of color using the community land trust model to promote development without the displacement of longtime residents. Produced by Open Studio Productions in 2013.
DCLT Neighborhood News
“I really hope the city can get behind permanent affordability. Housing is a community value and a community right,” says Melissa Norton, DCLT Board President. source: DCLT in NECD: A new friend to the community
Neighborworks America honored DCLT with a 2016 Community Building & Engagement Staff award. This award recognized DCLT’s commitment to resident voice and peer learning.
NC Community Development Initiative now The Initiative awarded DCLT a Certificate of Appreciation on July 29, 2016 for their partnership in working with youth leaders. DCLT helped end homelessness for 4 individuals by Housing for New Hope and was honored in February 2015.
DCLT receives one of ten GSK Impact Awards (November 2015). source: http://us.gsk.com/en-us/media/press-releases/2015/ten-innovative-nonprofits-receive-40000-gsk-impact-awards-for-contributing-to-a-healthier-triangle-region/
In 2011, DCLT helped Tara and her husband Jermaine and three children move to Durham and find a place they could call home after being evicted when Jermaine became ill. Durham CARES created this video portrait of Tara, Jermaine and longtime DCLT donor, Ethel Simonetti.