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Insights from the 14th Convening of the Project on Municipal Innovation

Fighting Inequality: Leveraging Opportunities for Innovation

By Project on Municipal Innovation Team

From September 24-26, 2015, chiefs of staff and policy advisors from the largest U.S. cities gathered at Harvard Kennedy School for the 14th convening of the Project on Municipal Innovation Advisory Group. In conversations with national experts and academics, the group explored challenges and innovative solutions for ensuring racial and economic equity in city government, city services, and the communities the serve. We invite you to explore the articles below for highlights from the group's conversations.

Beyond Baltimore: Thoughts on place, race, and opportunity

Beyond Baltimore: Thoughts on place, race, and opportunity

The Three Biggest Obstacles to Making Cities Work for Everyone

The Three Biggest Obstacles to Making Cities Work for Everyone

How Cities are Changing Their Thinking on Disconnected Youth

How Cities are Changing Their Thinking on Disconnected Youth

From Big Data to Big Action

From Big Data to Big Action

Promising Practices for Operationalizing Race Equity

Promising Practices for Operationalizing Race Equity

Lessons in Summer Jobs Plus

Lessons in Summer Jobs Plus

PMI-AG Members in Conversation with Alan Berube on Urban Inequality

PMI-AG Members in Conversation with Alan Berube on Urban Inequality

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