The city of Atlanta is a finalist for this year’s City Accelerator project, which is focused on helping cities build and grow their network of local businesses and entrepreneurs of color.
We revisit Atlanta’s efforts to include its low-income residents in a major capitol redevelopment project.
Relationships with academia are important in Baltimore's and Atlanta's City Accelerator programs.
Programs to help the poor mean nothing if they don't work.
Public meetings can be like purgatory. Cities are showing us there’s a better way.
Cities are doing it for themselves but not by themselves.
The communities of Cohort II of the City Accelerator convene in Baltimore to share updates of their respective initiatives.
Regional planning shows communities can be better, together.
It's time for a recap and review of this philanthropic, collaborative startup that has put down roots in eight cities so far.
Atlanta faces the dynamics of development head on as one of the cities chosen in City Accelerator’s Cohort 2.
Watch and review cities’ plans to inspire citizen participation.
The City Accelerator is helping cities engage residents for better results.
The city of Atlanta, a finalist in the second round of the City Accelerator, is focused on finding better, more sustainable solutions through more effective public engagement.
The Governing Summit in Louisville, Ky., provided unique ways for participants to share ideas.
Archive of Live Stream and Live Blog from Louisville