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The one-year fellowship starts ASAP, reporting on issues of economic inequality in historically marginalized communities, and bringing underrepresented voices to the conversation about cities and their future.
The American Assembly and Next City are soliciting op-eds about middle neighborhoods from residents, community organizers, practitioners, researchers or policymakers.
Next City President, CEO and Publisher, Tom Dallessio, joined the Talking Cities podcast in Australia to discuss Newcastle and our Vanguard conference.
Next City Vanguards Paola Aguirre, Gina Ford and Karen Kubey were interviewed for the Young Architects Forum's magazine Connection.
Next City contributors Cassie Owens and Dax Devlon-Ross were recognized by the Solutions Journalism Network for their reporting. “The SJ60 is our compilation of leaders in the field— reporters, editors, and publishers producing some of the best solutions journalism out there.”
Vanguard Ennis Davis reviewed his experience in Houston, his fourth Vanguard conference, for Modern Cities.
Josh Stephens was a guest on Houston Matters to discuss his feature article “What If Houston Fell in Love With Planning.”
The Kinder Institute for Urban Research published a number of articles on their Urban Edge blog about Vanguard 2016 which covers everything from introducing the Vanguard class to the Big Idea Challenge presentations.