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How Institutional Leaders Can Transform Their System into a Member of Local Neighborhoods

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Traditionally, these Learnings share knowledge we have gained from innovative neighborhood and local institutional leaders. This Learning is different because in it a great...

Why Neighboring Matters in Organizational Mission

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Learning to be un-blind. That's how a friend of mine, DeAmon Harges of Indianapolis, put it to me recently. Learning to be unblind is...

Social Lessons from Transformation: Starfire Council

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Sometime in 2007 or 2008, Tim Vogt, who directed an award-winning agency serving people with disabilities, had his journey interrupted years ago by a...

Artists Transforming Society: the People’s WPA

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    Despite its name, the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture (USDAC) is not a government agency. Rather, it is an independent organization formed around the...

The Most Common Questions About Gifts From Helping Professionals

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“Every human being is born with some sort of gift, an inclination or an instinct that can become a full-blown mastery. We may not...

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The Next Abundant Community Conversation will be with Casper ter Kuile!

Drawing on Casper ter Kuile’s most recent book, The Power of Ritual, and Peter’s Possibility conversation, the conversation will explore the possibilities present in ritual to transform our communities. Focusing on gift-mindedness and setting an intention to encounter and connect, this event will also draw on the poetry and practical experience of Rabbi Miriam Terlinchamp and attendees will be invited to be active participants in this emerging conversation.

Peter & Rabbi Miriam Terlinchamp will be speaking with Casper ter Kuile on June 22 at 1pm ET. Register here.

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Stories of Where It's Working
Stories

Telling the stories of what community builders have done so that we can join in the process.

Awakening the Power of Families and Neighborhoods

We are discovering that it takes a village to do more than raise a child. It is the key to a satisfying life. It turns out we need our neighbors and a community to be healthy, produce jobs, protect the land and care for the elderly and those on the margin.

Abundant Community Voices

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