City Year Boston
Join us December 12 to learn more and ask questions about our newly-released request for proposals for innovative schools and programs for students off track to high school graduation in New England.
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New England Foundation for the Arts’ director of research introduces “Creatives Count”—a new survey of area creatives to bring more resources and attention to their sector.
Toxics Action Center
Elena Letona, executive director of Neighbor to Neighbor (and a 2005 Barr Fellow), shares lessons learned from an old, industrial city in western Massachusetts, where community members, labor groups, elected officials, and others found common cause in a winning effort to go from “coal to sol!”
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Updates from Barr’s president, Jim Canales.
A common cause & inclusive message were key ingredients to this #cleanenergy win http://ow.ly/B8cW306j8sE
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Stories We're Following
City of Boston | 11.22.2016
Over the last year, more than 12,000 people around the city have shared their vision for the future of Boston. That feedback, paired with the Mayor’s priorities and research, has shaped a strategic plan that identifies key actions and initiatives to create a healthy, thriving and innovative city for 2030 and beyond.
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Grantmakers for Effective Organizations | 11.15.2016
This publication provides an opportunity for grantmakers to focus on nurturing a productive culture that makes them more able to support nonprofits in their missions to create transformational change.
James E. Canales
Boston’s recent “King Tides” provided a glimpse into the near-future—what scientists predict will be the “new normal” of daily high tides by mid-century.
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