Our new, free e-course will help collective impact initiatives better understand why and how to work with community members.
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In this third installment of an interview with Julie Nelson, she shares advice on entry points for other governments interested in taking on racial equity work.
A landmark 1997 study exposed the racial wealth gap. In the past 20 years, has anything changed?
In this second installment of an interview with Julie Nelson, she explains how local government can help advance racial equity and offers advice for jurisdictions considering taking on this work.
How governments are increasingly leveraging lean and human-centered design approaches to improve complex policies.
In the first of a three part series, Julie Nelson of the Government Alliance on Race and Equity explains how local government can advance racial equity and eliminate racial disparities.
Living Cities' staff is constantly scanning the media and field for ideas, insights, and information that are relevant to our work, and the work of our problem solving network. Here are a few article…
Is philanthropy’s ascendant class of tech entrepreneurs a timely boon for the field? It’s complicated.
Urban-Technologist-in-Residence, Nigel Jacob, suggests that local governments use Lean (or Agile) methodologies to create services that their residents actually want to use.
We spoke with Dr. Frank Mirabal from the Office of Mayor Berry to learn about Albuquerque’s efforts to engage young men of color as participants in local efforts to improve life outcomes for all yout…
Learn how the Building the Field of Community Engagement (BTF) collaborative helps foundations and other stakeholders achieve greater impact.
A weekly round-up of news articles and information from the social sector that you won’t want to miss!
The impact of an Olympic bid for Boston is debated, but what we know is that we can take this major opportunity that drives new investment as an opportunity to envision the future of our communities.
Our Assistant Director of Strategic Communications and Storytelling introduces our work to measure what works and what doesn't in terms of Open Sourcing Social Change.
Fast, reliable, and most importantly, affordable, broadband service and infrastructure is a critical platform for individual and community prosperity.
Seattle/King County Integration Initiative Director, Kirsten Wysen, shares her reflections on what they've learned about creating greater health, social, economic and racial equity.