We're learning that if we want to do transformational work in the world, we must build interpersonal, restorative relationships.
on Dec 5, 2018
After 20 Years, Three Regions Confront Their Divisions
Collective reflections on the efforts of three leaders to achieve inclusive growth and adopt a racial equity framework
Investing in an often-overlooked business model—family-run businesses—can create jobs, strengthen communities, and support families.
Frank Mirabal of the Albuquerque Mayor's Office writes about local government contracting, and why Albuquerque is working to keep more money in the city.
To effect lasting change, companies must examine how individual, structural and institutional racism impact all aspects of their business—from policies and practices to products—and use these levers …
When entrepreneurs have a good idea, the skills to execute, and a strong work ethic, all arrows should point to success. Yet many entrepreneurs in Albuquerque—especially entrepreneurs of color from N…
This #GoodReads series spotlights media and resources that help us better understand racial inequity and what we can do about it.
This blog is part of a series of stories that the Living Cities summer 2018 intern cohort is producing surrounding their racial equity journey and summer experience.
In the first of a three-part series from cohort members, New Orleans discusses its rich history of entrepreneurship among people of color, and the gaps and biases inherent in its entrepreneurial ecos…
Today we're launching a suite of resources based on the lessons of the Civic Tech and Data Collaborative, for other communities looking to harness the potential of this type of cross-sector collabora…
Governments can structure arrangements with private contractors that consider impacts on low-income individuals and people of color.
Washington, D.C.'s innovative Office of Public-Private Partnerships offers a good case study in to assess whether a P3 makes sense for a particular city project.