Empower Baltimore Management Corporation Records
This collection documents the activities of the Empower Baltimore Management Corporation and its 19-year existence in Baltimore, Maryland spanning 1988 to 2013. The collection includes 78 linear feet of documents and program materials related to workforce development, job creation, neighborhood empowerment and revitalization, and evaluations for the programs.
- Empower Baltimore Management Corporation (Organization)
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection contains selected material with access restrictions, particularly client files. Folders that include the word "Restricted" in their title cannot be used by researchers without prior inspection by the archivist. Redacted copies of restricted files will be made available when possible, as deemed appropriate by the archivist.
78 Linear Feet
Empower Baltimore Management Corporation (EBMC) was a nonprofit organization that ran Baltimore's Empowerment Zone. The Empowerment Zone program was a federal economic development and community revitalization strategy implemented during the Clinton Administration. Baltimore's Empowerment Zone received approximately 350 million dollars in combined federal aid and tax credits between 1994 and 2004.
Collection is arranged as an inventory.
The collection was donated June 3, 2013 by Diane Bell McKoy, President of Associated Black Charities and former president and CEO of the Empower Baltimore Management Corporation.
Collection was processed by Angela Koukoui (student worker) in 2015.
- Empower Baltimore Management Corporation Records
- Finding aid prepared by Aiden Faust, archivist, and Sofia Rinvil, student worker (2015). Revised by Laura Bell (May 2020).
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- Language of description
- 2015: Collection processed and finding aid prepared
- May 2020: Descriptive notes updated and notes added