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Securing Community Control of the American Rescue Plan Act

  With the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) in early 2021, the US federal government committed to the largest influx funding into local US governments...

Applying Asset-Based Community Development in an Urban Indigenous Context

  September 30, 2021 marked the first year that the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation was observed in Canada as a federal statutory holiday....

Joining The Party: the Neighborhood Economics Network

  Neighborhoods across the country bear signs of the pressing waves of development-driven displacement: boarded windows, doors hanging open, furniture and household items in front...

Rooted Solutions: Black farmers cultivating food sovereignty in Indianapolis

"200,000 Indianapolis residents live in food deserts. Low income communities of color are the most impacted by lack of access to fresh food. But...

Securing Community Control of the American Rescue Plan Act

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  With the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) in early 2021, the US federal government committed to the largest influx funding into local US governments...

Applying Asset-Based Community Development in an Urban Indigenous Context

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  September 30, 2021 marked the first year that the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation was observed in Canada as a federal statutory holiday....

What We Can Learn from Indigenous Culinary Traditions

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  Several years into his chef career, chef Sean Sherman began asking, "Where are all of the indigenous foods? Where did they go?" In this video,...

Joining The Party: the Neighborhood Economics Network

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  Neighborhoods across the country bear signs of the pressing waves of development-driven displacement: boarded windows, doors hanging open, furniture and household items in front...

Learning 38: Waiting to Contribute: The Key to Maximizing Citizen Participation

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One form of community organizing involves local citizens in collective action focused on issue.  Issues emerge from tensions and contentions. They reflect the dissatisfaction...

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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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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.

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