America's Tomorrow Newsletter, February 23

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Can Other U.S. Cities Follow in NYC’s Footsteps to Help Renters?; Growing Jobs in the Urban Forest to Advance an Inclusive Economy

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, February 9

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“Best for NYC Challenge”: Small Businesses Leading the Way in Best Practices; "A Movement Is Not a Flash of Light”

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, March 20

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Banks’ Community Benefits Agreements Bring Billions in Community Reinvestment

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, March 30

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Expanding Opportunity in City Contracts: St. Paul’s Racial Equity Strategy

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, April 13

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Expanding Opportunity in City Contracts: St. Paul’s Racial Equity Strategy

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, April 27

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The Half-Trillion Dollar Tax Program That’s Driving Wealth Inequality

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, May 11

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Visionary Opposition: Thomas Shapiro on the Growing Racial Wealth Gap and How to Reduce It

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, May 26

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Bridging the Economic Divide: The Black Workers Center in Washington DC

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, June 8

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A Seat at the Table for All: Sanctuary Restaurants in the Movement for Immigrant Rights; Resistance Is Not Enough: What Cities Can Do to Move the Needle on Racial Equity

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, June 29

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Careers, Not Jobs: How Boston’s Workforce Development Initiatives Are Pushing the Economy Toward Equity; “Infrastructure is Not Just Roads and Bridges”

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, July 31

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Fighting for an Inclusive NYC Transit System: A Conversation with Disability Rights Activist Sasha Blair-Goldensohn​​​​​​​

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, July 17

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Why America’s Economy Needs Inclusive Competitiveness ®: A Conversation with Johnathan Holifield; Cultivating Equitable Food-Oriented Development: Lessons from West Oakland

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, September 7

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Through Outreach and Education, Seattle Empowers Workers and Employers to Embrace Fair Labor Standards

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, September 20

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When Housing Is Affordable, Everyone Wins

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, August 25

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Crafting an Economic Agenda for Black Lives

America's Tomorrow Newsletter, October 5

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Accelerating the Housing Recovery and Building Community Wealth in Chicago; In Boston, Momentum Grows for Renters’ Rights

America's Tomorrow, October 26

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University of California Bans the Box for Job Applicants

An Equity Profile of Battle Creek

Overview

Battle Creek, Michigan is becoming a majority people-of-color city, and communities of color will continue to drive growth and change into the foreseeable future. Embedding an equity approach throughout city government and advancing policy strategies to grow good jobs, build healthy communities of opportunity, prevent displacement, and ensure just policing and court systems, is fundamental to a brighter future for all of Battle Creek’s residents.  This equity profile was developed with the support of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to support local community groups, elected officials, planners, business leaders, funders, and others working to build a stronger and more equitable city and region. Read the full profile.

An Equity Profile of Farmington

Overview

Farmington, New Mexico is already 50 percent people of color; growth and transformation in the city has been driven mostly by an increase in the Latino and Native American populations. Farmington’s diversity is a major asset in the regional economy, but inequities and disparities are holding the city back. Equitable growth is the path to sustained economic prosperity in the city and region. Knowing how a community stands in terms of equity is a critical first step in planning for greater equity. This equity analysis was developed with the support of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Read the full profile.

An Equity Profile of Las Cruces

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Las Cruces, New Mexico is already 63 percent people of color; growth and transformation in the city has been driven mostly by an increase in the Latino population. By growing good jobs, connecting younger generations with older ones, integrating immigrants into the economy, building communities of opportunity, and ensuring educational and career pathways, the city can secure a bright future for the city and region. This equity analysis was developed with the support of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Read the full profile.

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