Hear from staff and partners about aspirations, accomplishments, and lessons learned along the way.
We’ve been through a lot in the last 22 months. Are we less afraid of change?
An interview with spoken-word artist, Jha D. Amazi about work she created with the support of a Live Arts Boston grant. Live Arts Boston is an initiative of the Boston Foundation and the Barr Foundation that supports performing artists, a majority of whom are artists of color.
A new guide provides recommendations for transportation practitioners who are looking to advance equity in their work.
Grants include support for artist-led, community-based projects, expanded learning networks on climate resilience and community engagement, and the launch of a national leadership development program for Black professionals.
In this year-end blog post, Jim Canales reflects on 2021 and previews Barr’s plans for the year ahead.
Announcing a new cohort of New England school systems committed to developing diverse, talented teacher workforces for student success.
To center racial equity in the climate movement, we need to change who we’re funding and how we operate.
Three lessons from schools where COVID innovations offer new solutions for student success.
Jim Canales reflects on Barr’s longstanding commitment to Boston at this watershed moment.
A majority of voters agree with taking action to make Boston's waterfront more inclusive, accessible, and climate resilient.