The Woodlawn Organization

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The alarming physical, social and economic decay of the community led Woodlawn residents to organize for change. A coalition of over 100 neighborhood associations, churches and civic organizations, together with well-known community organizer Saul Alinsky, in 1960, formed the Temporary Woodlawn Organization, popularly known as T.W.O., was granted. The Reverend Arthur M. Brazier was the first spokesman and became the second president after Reverend Robert L. McGee.

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