Public, private, and nonprofit leaders across Massachusetts and Rhode Island are teaming up to help resolve economic issues in smaller cities – and they're challenging leaders in those communities to do the same.
Reimagining what should be done with underinvested neighborhoods and finding new ways to connect low-income people to economic opportunities wherever they exist in a region.
Supporting a movement towards local government that is nimble, collaborative and data driven.
Preparing Americans, especially low-income Americans, for quality 21st century jobs.
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