As a Working Cities Challenge participant, Cranston, Rhode Island is working to undo the city's longstanding racial divides. Two partners in the work reflect on efforts to build unity through collect…
Lessons learned about backbones from 4 years of the Working Cities Challenge.
How do you know when a city's civic infrastructure needs improvement? And what can be done? The Boston Fed is asking asking the people who know their cities best.
Using data to achieve collective impact continues to be a challenge for the Living Cities Collective Impact team.
Hiring for the unique job of leading a collective impact initiative can be complicated. These tips and lessons learned from current initiative directors can help!
Four Collective Impact practitioner leaders share their ongoing work, lessons learned and insights in 10-15 minute videos.
We sat down with Armeather Gibbs, director the Rhode Island Working Cities Challenge, a Boston Federal Reserve Bank initiative that aims to improve the lives of low-income residents by encouraging cr…
As the Working Cities Challenge prepares to extend the opportunity to compete to additional Massachusetts cities, the team reflect on lessons learned from the first round of the Challenge.
Five major themes from the 2015 Gigabit City Summit, which asked "How can gigabit connectivity drive regional economic development?"
Secretary, Gregory Bialecki, shares sights on the role of the State of Massachusetts in the Working Cities Challenge.
In a competition that was modeled on The Integration Initiative, six cities win a total of $1.8 million in grants.
Boston Federal Reserve Bank Vice President, Prabal Chakrabarti, sat down with Living Cities to provided an update in an interview on the Working Cities Challenge in Massachusetts.