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Daniel Bassill
I collect & share ideas & strategies others can use to fight poverty & inequality and to help volunteer-based tutor/mentor organizations grow in more places.
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Daniel Bassill 8h
Much work being done to help do better work, raise money, etc. But I see too few talking about ways to fill geographic areas with enough needed programs / services, near where clients live. See strategies at Applies to , too.
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Daniel Bassill 8h
Thanks for following. Pls look at work interns did between 2005-2015 w my Chicago org to understand & communicate issues and strategies. Imagine thousands of youth around world doing this to share
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Daniel Bassill 8h
I've started reviewing links in this section of library which includes 300+ links to sites w info about , , , etc. Want to understand issues better? Dig in.
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Daniel Bassill 9h
Is your govt doing enough to ? Reducing inequality is a policy choice. We all need to do more. Learn more about how your country is tackling the gap between rich and poor.
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Brookings Metro 10h
Immigration serves as an important role in locations experiencing domestic migration loss. This is especially true in large metro areas, says demographer William Frey.
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Daniel Bassill 10h
I hope fans are not as disappointed in December as fans are this September. High expectations can lead to cruel realities.
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Daniel Bassill 10h
Replying to @RockefellerFdn
Anyone can fill the blue box on this graphic, connecting people "who can help" to information such as shared via the , , etc. websites, and to places shown on where people, and organizations, need help. I do this at
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The Rockefeller Foundation 12h
Replying to @wef
—Partnerships 1⃣ Launch a university global coalition to show that academics can lead global action 2⃣ Register 500 coalition members by next year 3⃣ Educate new leaders to come up with novel solutions in the areas that need novel thinking
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Daniel Bassill 10h
This requires millinois of people telling stories daily, focusing on one or more specific & one or more specific locations around the world. Those can connect using common hashtags, like #Goal#10.
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The Rockefeller Foundation 13h
Discussion pt: Broad acceptance of the was a historic moment that we've never seen before. brings urgency and camaraderie the SDGs. Whether you are from the private, public or nonprofit world you are crucial to advancing the goals.
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The Rockefeller Foundation 17h
at : We're hosting the 2nd Annual event, a convening of practitioners and thought-leaders spanning all 17 at once. Follow this thread for updates⬇️
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CWInstitute (CWI) 17h
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DMSF 18h
Learn about the benefits of for students!
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Daniel Bassill 18h
Here's a Dec. 2007 article where I shared vision of Connection, started in 1993. While each youth org seeks help on a continuous basis, what if we could do more to draw needed resources to all of the youth programs in the region?
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Daniel Bassill 18h
What's in today's newspaper? I'm scrolling through blog which I started in 2005. Here's the first time I included a graphic -- on 6-19-05. It outlines stories in media that relate to poverty, inequality, etc. Take a look.
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Daniel Bassill 18h
If you create a map centered around a single location in Chicago, you can use it to identify the need for youth programs in that area, as well as any programs already operating. See this article.
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826CHI Sep 21
On weekday mornings throughout the school year, 826CHI invites classrooms to creative writing Field Trips. Chi-Town Stand Up is an experience that challenges students to counter the negative narrative often imposed on Chicago. Sign up your class by 9/23! >>
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Sheri Edwards Sep 21
Bridging Connections in October via
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Daniel Bassill Sep 21
I just finished updating links in research section of library. This is the 313th link. I keep looking for places where all these groups are connecting, sharing ideas, and generating resources for solutions in many places. Visit library at
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Daniel Bassill Sep 21
This is one of the links I point to in the research section of my web library. Almost every university has one or more programs focusing on education, poverty, youth, etc. Where are they connecting to each other on social media?
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