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Next City – Inspiring Better Cities
Next City is a nonprofit organization with a mission to inspire social, economic and environmental change in cities through journalism and events around the world.
Next City – Inspiring Better Cities
Next City is a nonprofit organization with a mission to inspire social, economic and environmental change in cities through journa...
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|The bottom line presented by citi community development|
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|Small loan funds for underserved businesses join forces (2)|
|National park service aims to engage local residents in boston’s charlestown navy yard planning (3)|
|Economics in brief: outdated poverty data funneled millions of dollars to wealthy dc neighborhoods|
|Sign up: the bottom line newsletter by oscar perry abello|
|Housing in brief: rep. omar’s trillion-with-a-t housing plan|
|Sign up: the backyard newsletter by jared brey|
|Metro projects to start and restart in two turkish cities|
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|Steven higashide on “better buses, better cities”|
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