I will admit, I didn’t think much about reparations before I read Ta-Nehisi Coates’ “The Case for Reparations.” When asked, I would say I supported the idea, but people don’t tend to ask much.
Ideally, the Equity Atlas can help evaluate progress toward social equity over time as transit lines open, as development decisions are made, and as policies are passed.
We're co-convening a virtual conversation to engage a global audience of corporate, philanthropic, government, and nonprofit citizens in an important discussion regarding the future of cities.
Living Cities’ Urban Technologist in Residence, Nigel Jacob, explains how cities can harness technology and innovation for good.
I bring to Living Cities an unyielding belief that the intractable problems our country faces are not only solvable, but the tools exist to achieve them. And whether it’s Collective Impact or somethi…
Alison Gold, Assistant Director of Knowledge and Impact at Living Cities, shares what she learned about applying the Lean Startup methodology.
At the heart of our City Accelerator initiative is an attempt to standardize emerging state-of-the art practices growing out of the municipal innovation field.
Our approach to knowledge and communications asks all staff to reflect on, synthesize, and share lessons from our work in real-time so that others can learn alongside us.