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PathStone Home Rehabilitation & Energy Service programs create and preserve assets for low- and moderate income individuals, families and communities through coordinated housing rehabilitation, energy services and community based revitalization programs.

We are committed to promoting self-sufficiency and economic stability for individuals and families through safe, sustainable, energy efficient housing. We specialize in providing resources, access to appropriate financing and advocacy to support homeowners across the Rochester / Finger Lakes region in New York and in Muncie Indiana.

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It has been almost 98 years since an angry White mob destroyed 'Black Wall Street.' The Greenwood neighborhood in Tulsa Oklahoma was one of the country's most affluent Black neighborhoods until it was decimated and hundreds of its residents murdered. According to historian John W. Franklin of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Black and Native people built wealth after discovering oil near the city in the early 1900s. That wealth anchored Greenwood’s thriving Black business district, which placed it among the country’s most affluent Black neighborhoods. This infuriated White residents and business owners, and their anger exploded on May 31, 1921. Police arrested a Black resident on suspicion of assaulting a White woman. This led to a 2-day siege of the neighborhood by White residents that razed 35 blocks and killed almost 300 Black people. The siege of Black Wall Street is considered the worst incident of racial violence in the history of the U.S. #BlackHistoryMonth #AmericanHistory ... See MoreSee Less

It has been almost 98 years since an angry White mob destroyed Black Wall Street. The Greenwood neighborhood in Tulsa Oklahoma was one of the countrys most affluent Black neighborhoods until it was decimated and hundreds of its residents murdered. According to historian John W. Franklin of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Black and Native people built wealth after discovering oil near the city in the early 1900s. That wealth anchored Greenwood’s thriving Black business district, which placed it among the country’s most affluent Black neighborhoods. This infuriated White residents and business owners, and their anger exploded on May 31, 1921. Police arrested a Black resident on suspicion of assaulting a White woman. This led to a 2-day siege of the neighborhood by White residents that razed 35 blocks and killed almost 300 Black people. The siege of Black Wall Street is considered the worst incident of racial violence in the history of the U.S. #BlackHistoryMonth #AmericanHistory

Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler (born Rebecca Davis February 8, 1831) was the first African-American woman to earn a Doctor of Medicine degree and the only African-American to graduate from the New England Female Medical College. Crumpler was inspired to pursue medicine by her aunt who raised her and who used homeopathic means to care for her sickly neighbors. Crumpler practiced medicine in the mid-1800s in Boston, MA, primarily working to ensure poor black women and children had access to healthcare. In 1883, Dr. Crumpler published 'A Book of Medical Discourses' in which she detailed much of her experiences as a physician. It was one of the first such works by an African-American. Dr. Crumpler died early 1831. No images of her exist. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackWomen ... See MoreSee Less

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