The Southern Regional Asset Building Coalition (SRABC) was developed through a partnership between Tuskegee University, Center for Social Development, Alabama Arise, Mississippi Association of Cooperatives, Federation of Southern Cooperatives, Florida Family Network, and Florida A&M University. The main goal of the coalition is to establish a network in the Southern Black Belt region for mobilizing organizations and coalitions around advocacy and support for policies and programs designed to address the devastating economic impacts of persistent poverty, hurricanes, and land loss.
Gunn, G., & Heffern, J. (2009, October). The Southern Regional Asset Building Coalition Survey (CSD Research Brief No. 09-58). St. Louis, MO: Washington University, Center for Social Development.