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Living Cities
A collaborative of 19 foundations & financial institutions working to close racial gaps, so people in U.S. cities are economically secure & building wealth.
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Living Cities Dec 6
Addressing systemic barriers to financial advancement for Black & Brown people requires radical collaboration! and introduce a report on approaches & models that can guide philanthropy’s efforts to close the racial wealth gaps.
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Living Cities Dec 5
Interact with this infographic and share your vision for an America without racial wealth and income gaps.
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ABQ Comm Foundation Dec 4
Foundation Lawrence is one of the SU3 entrepreneurs of color in our portfolio. Let’s build a program to close the gaps for companies like App City Life!
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Lisa Abeyta Dec 4
It is so awesome seeing my husband profiled as part of Entrepreneurship series.
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Living Cities Dec 4
Serial entrepreneur Lawrence Abeyta of shares his thoughts on sustaining and growing global businesses in Albuquerque
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Living Cities Dec 4
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We found that 44% of people changed the way they think about racial equity because of Living Cities. 💡🧠 Have you changed your way of thinking because of something you experienced through Living Cities?
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Living Cities Dec 3
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📑This is what people told us about how they used our content. Are you incorporating our content into your work? Why or why not?
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Ben Hecht Dec 3
‘Economists say that the same forces that are driving economic growth in big cities are also responsible for inequality. And those forces have accumulated and reinforced each other since 1980.’ Watch 4 Decades of Inequality Drive Apart
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Living Cities Dec 2
We are actively working to re-imagine a world without racial wealth and income gaps. Follow Sasha and see our vision for what economic justice for people of color might look like.
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Living Cities Dec 2
The goals and results from any learning efforts need to be centered on racial equity. If not, they will disregard the defining reason of inequity in our society. Discover lessons in our latest report on digital community engagement:
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Living Cities Nov 29
This second iteration of our A Day in a Life infographic is one of our visions for what that world might look like when racial gaps are closed. Follow Sasha and her family.
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Living Cities Nov 29
Michael Meredith of VPG Enterprise is breaking ground, literally, in as a Black entrepreneur and determining his own destiny. Watch our latest video to learn how.
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Living Cities Nov 28
Book store owner and publisher Lee Francis tackles the perceptions of and narratives about Native Americans and their communities. Watch talk about important lessons for investors in and beyond in this video.
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Living Cities Nov 28
We are grateful to our partners for reimagining an America where racial income and wealth gaps are closed. Thank you to our partners and members.
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Living Cities Nov 27
Employee Resource Groups have helped us stay connected as staff and dig deeper into our individual racial equity journeys. Learn about starting one at your organization with our how-to guide and tools & resources one-pager 📝
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Living Cities Nov 27
Tis the season for company events! 🎊 We hope this resource of vendors of colors can be useful for your winter event planning.
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Living Cities Nov 27
In our series on Black, Latinx and Native American founders, Ayla Bystrom-Williams of shares how she’s leveraged local resources to grow a successful business in .
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Living Cities Nov 26
Hear from of , one local Bay Area entrepreneur we’re working with for our series on Black, Latinx and Native American founders.
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Living Cities Nov 26
Policy, especially at local gov level, influences the start and growth of businesses owned by people of color. With Foundation and , we are working in 10 cities to create more equitable practices via the .
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Living Cities Nov 25
Watch this video with the Caldwells of . Hear how they're supporting shops, barbers and beauticians to grow in this series on Black, Latinx and Native American founders.
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