The Magnolia Place Initiative is a collaboration of faith-based and community groups within a 500-block portion of Los Angeles that crosses Pico Union, West Adams and the North Figueroa Corridor, west of downtown. This project used smartphones to help a group of Magnolia Place residents record images and information from their neighborhoods in ways that may contribute to meaningful change while building community capacity for research. We developed a "Holiday Campaign" around Halloween, which involved taking snapshots and mapping the observations, and created a rating scale for measuring holiday spirit. We also wrote a Spanish-language guide for the project.
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