America boasts countless expressions of cultural identity and pride. And the entire preservation movement is vastly enriched when we recognize and celebrate this diverse national legacy. The spring issue of the Forum Journal takes a fresh look at how preservation acknowledges diversity and suggests ways to rethink some of our existing preservation practices in order to embrace and enjoy a broader, more inclusive history.
Table of Contents
- New Markets Tax Credits: The Other Federal Tax Incentive for Preservation by Anna Klosterman
- A Tale of Two Tax Credits—HTC and LIHTC by Caitlin Geary Jones
- Brownfields Redevelopment Tax Incentives for Preservation Projects by Evans Paull
- Refundable State Tax Credits for Historic Rehabilitation by Harry K. Schwartz and Renee Kuhlman
- Addressing Preservation Problems through Targeted Rehab Tax Credits by Elizabeth Byrd Wood
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