Partnering for Impact – Next City

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Partnering for Impact

Center for Urban Pedagogy, Hester Street Collaborative, Urban Justice Center

In the summer of 2013, the Center for Urban Pedagogy, Hester Street Collaborative, and the Community Development Project at the Urban Justice Center in New York City organized a conference focused on how collaboration between community organizations can “yield fresh ideas, new approaches, and powerful results.” The conference program reveals the sometimes unexpected alliances that have led to significant headway on a variety of equity issues in New York.

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Organizations Referenced

FIERCE Pop-Up Center, People Make Parks, Families United for Racial and Economic Equality, New Immigrant Community Empowerment, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Power U Center for Social Change, Picture the Homeless, Working with People, Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York, New York City Department of Youth and Community Development, Fortune Society, CAAAV, Two Bridges Neighborhood Council, Lower East Side Ecology Center, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Neighborhood Explorers, Local Spokes, Groundswell, New Settlement Apartments’ Community Action for Safe Apartments, Communities United for Police Reform, Advocacy Institute, Community Voices Heard, Good Old Lower East Side, the Schools of Public Engagement at the New School, Queens Museum

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