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LISC CEO in the NY Times Urges Broader Investment in Impoverished Places

Maurice Jones, LISC's new national CEO, responded to a New York Times article examining U.S. Census data that shows an uptick in prosperity across the country. Good news, says Jones, but there's still much to be done, and anti-poverty efforts must tackle multiple fronts, all at once, to make a difference for low-income Americans. Read more.

 

It’s Time to Raise the Bar for Community Development

LISC's new National CEO wants to hear from you about how we can do community development better.  Here's what he says on the topic: "Let’s ask ourselves: what could the 43 million Americans living in poverty accomplish if they had a plausible path to the middle class? How much more competitive would our country be if we unleashed the full economic potential of every neighborhood and community. During my first few weeks as LISC CEO, I have had the privilege of seeing my team working with organizations and individuals across the country in pursuit of these aspirations." Read more.
   

Fairmount Indigo Corridor Job Retention and Attraction: Strategy and Implementation

Fairmount Indigo Corridor 
Job Retention and Attraction:
Strategy and Implementation

Increased prosperity in Greater Boston has not impacted all of the City of Boston’s neighborhoods equitably.

You are invited to join public and private sector leaders for a discussion about place-based recommendations to bring these economic gains to the 135,000 residents living in the Fairmount Indigo Corridor.

Attendees will receive a hard copy of the recommendations of a working group that examined how key commercial and industrial clusters in Newmarket and Readville can be strengthened and expanded to create jobs for Boston residents who need them most.

October 2016
25
9:00-11:00 AM

Bank of America Conference Center

225 Franklin Street, Boston, MA
REGISTER
 
 
Hosted by LISC Boston, The American City Coalition,
and the Fairmount Indigo Network, with support from Bank of America.

 

   

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Boston LISC Staff Blog

Boston LISC Staff members share their perspective on LISC's work, the community development world. and many other topics.

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Joe Kriesberg Receives Community Service Award Last night, I had the pleasure and honor of presenting Joe Kriesberg, President and CEO of the Massachusetts Association...
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Highlights from LISC/Bank of America’s Forum on Greening Affordable Housing Highlights from LISC/Bank of America’s Forum on Greening Affordable Housing On October 3rd LISC and Bank of America hosted a forum in Boston on “Greening Affordable Housing” that was...
“El Barrio Tours” Screening - Rebecca Schofield On Monday, August 18th, a group of over 60 Boston area residents came together to watch “El Barrio Tours: Gentrifi...
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