To support the Institute for Local Self-Reliance to produce policy research and popular education materials for key stakeholders, mobilize business groups to advance policy change, and support a national convening of 25 stakeholders, policy analysts, and organizers to craft a shared policy agenda.
To support the expansion of Streetwize, a new community-engagement tool to improve design, infrastructure strategies, and help decision-makers assess short- and long-term implications of public infrastructure investments.
To expand Streetwize, a new community-engagement tool to improve design, infrastructure strategies, and help decision-makers assess short and long-term implications of public infrastructure investments.
To support Johns Hopkins University to pilot a program focused on well-established local minority owned companies, helping them expand into new product lines so as to better connect with the local purchasing and hiring needs of the areas larger institutions.
To support the Build Your Own Business Program, which focuses on artistic entrepreneurship, leadership development, and life-skills training for emerging individual artists, arts organization leaders, and cultural citizens.
To support the United Workers Congress to develop research, policy analysis, communications strategy, and organizational capacity among worker center networks to support job quality guarantees for excluded sectors of workers in the national economy.