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Matthew C. Stelly
Triple One Neighborhood Association and Parents Union, Founder


Matthew C. Stelly is the founding director of the Triple One Neighborhood Association and Parents Union, a 20-year old neighborhood group that has been on the cutting edge of important issues, ranging from bringing an end to forced busing, and closing down stores that violate the rights of young minorities to sponsoring forums, seminars and conferences addressing various aspects of community development.

Stelly holds a double bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies/Black Studies, and Master’s degrees in Urban Studies (1981), Urban Education (1982) and Political Science (2000). He has written thousands of articles on African-American community issues and is the former editor of The Milwaukee Courier newspaper. In 2000 TONAPU was awarded the “Project of the Century” award by the Urban Community Improvement Program and Mr. Stelly has presented at six NUSA Conferences. He is the father of five children and has had his community work recognized in Cedar Hill, Texas, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska.


Workshop: “Beyond the Neighborhood Watch: Empowerment, Longevity and Internalization -
Commitment for Neighborhood Groups”


 

 

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