The city of Baltimore is a finalist for this year’s City Accelerator project, which is focused on helping cities promote economic equity.
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How They Did It: Baltimore
Relationships with academia are important in Baltimore's and Atlanta's City Accelerator programs.
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Cities are doing it for themselves but not by themselves.
Looking to curb violence, city leaders are charting a path for incarcerated people to successfully re-enter society.
The communities of Cohort II of the City Accelerator convene in Baltimore to share updates of their respective initiatives.
The court of public opinion is ever-more swift and damning.
To prosper, cities must address their neighborhoods of neglect -- where poverty, unemployment and failing education is the status quo.
It's time for a recap and review of this philanthropic, collaborative startup that has put down roots in eight cities so far.
No stranger to hard times, Baltimore looks to new ideas to rise from the ashes.
Watch and review cities’ plans to inspire citizen participation.
The City Accelerator is helping cities engage residents for better results.
The city of Baltimore, a finalist in the second round of the City Accelerator, is focused on more effective engagement of people leaving incarceration and their families.