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by Elizabeth Reynoso on May 20, 2020

Racial Equity is a Marathon: Honoring Past Labor and the Work to Come 

Blog Post on May 18, 2020

COVID-19 Resources 

This is a compilation of the resources we’ve been sharing around how public sector practitioners can embed racial equity in this moment, responses from our partners in the field and what local jurisd…

Blog Post Marlon Williams & Alyssa Smaldino on May 14, 2020

Ending White Supremacy Culture: A Resource for Cultivating Abundance Mindset 

Blog Post Norris Williams & Brian Smith on May 12, 2020

An Inside Organizer: Brian Smith 

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John Grossman 

John Grossman is Partner and General Counsel at Third Sector Capital Partners, Inc. a nonprofit advisory firm that works with government, service providers, and funders to develop and launch Pay for Success projects.

Blog Post Joanna Carrasco on May 7, 2020

Centering Equity, Transforming Systems: A Profile on Ashleigh Gardere 

Our Centering Equity, Transforming Systems Series highlights Living Cities Program Alumni who are leveraging their roles and relationships to center racial equity and close racial gaps.

Blog Post Shannon Jordy on Apr 30, 2020

#WealthInColor: Navigating the Bay Area's Entrepreneurial Ecosystem 

In 2018, Living Cities, the Rockefeller Foundation and the Surdna Foundation embarked on Start Up, Stay Up, Scale Up [SU(3)], a three-city initiative designed to address gaps in the entrepreneurial e…

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Innovation Teams 

Blog Post Ben Hecht on Apr 30, 2020

Covid-19, Difficult Truths and the Urgency of Closing Racial Gaps 

Blog Post Alyssa Smaldino on Apr 30, 2020

Centering Equity, Transforming Systems: A Profile on Daro Mott 

Our Centering Equity, Transforming Systems Series highlights Living Cities Program Alumni who are leveraging their roles and relationships to center racial equity and close racial gaps.

Blog Post Joanna Carrasco on Apr 22, 2020

Centering Equity, Transforming Systems: A Profile on Dr. Lomax R. Campbell 

Our Centering Equity, Transforming Systems Series highlights Living Cities Program Alumni who are leveraging their roles and relationships to center racial equity and close racial gaps.

Blog Post Julie Bosland on Apr 16, 2020

How 18 of the Largest Foundations and Financial Institutions Are Responding to … 

Blog Post Hafizah Omar & Alyssa Smaldino on Apr 14, 2020

Ending White Supremacy Culture: A Resource for Reckoning with History 

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Theresa Gardella 

Theresa serves as Director of Strategic Development for Nexus Community Partners, a community building intermediary that works at the intersection of community building and community development, engaging communities of color to achieve equitable, s…

Blog Post Hafizah Omar & Alyssa Smaldino on Apr 8, 2020

All in This Together: Ending White Supremacy Culture Starts With Us 

Blog Post Marlon Williams on Apr 7, 2020

Racially Equitable COVID19 Rapid Response from a Front-Line Public Servant 

As a front-line responder during the Ebola crisis, I wanted to offer some lessons learned for those working on the front-lines of the coronavirus pandemic.

Blog Post Hafizah Omar & Julie Nelson on Mar 26, 2020

Practicing Trust and Vulnerability in Partnership: What We’ve Learned from Race… 

Blog Post Elizabeth Reynoso on Mar 24, 2020

Ideas and Resources for How Cities Can Attack the COVID-19 Crisis 

From Long Beach, CA, to Rochester, NY, we are hearing from local government colleagues about the how they are responding to COVID-19. Here’s what they’re telling us.

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Mark Zuckerberg 

Mark Zuckerberg is best known as the founder and CEO of Facebook.

Blog Post Julienne Kaleta on Mar 20, 2020

Finding Myself Beyond White Institutional Culture 

Blog Post Nadia Owusu & Alyssa Smaldino on Mar 18, 2020

An Invitation to Center Race in Government Responses to COVID-19 

The reality of COVID-19’s scope and impact is just beginning to sink in and in many ways is still unknown. At Living Cities, we are doing our best to hold the complexities that come with racial equit…