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Vice President and Director, Metropolitan Policy Program
The Adeline M. and Alfred I. Johnson Chair in Urban and Metropolitan Policy
Co-Director and Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program
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Senior Fellow and Policy Director, Metropolitan Policy Program
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William H. Frey
A bi-weekly newsletter providing data and outlining solutions for metropolitan areas from the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings.
By 2044, people of color will account for a majority of the U.S. population. In this Brookings Essay, Jennifer Bradley examines efforts in U.S. metropolitan areas to prepare a more diverse workforce, with a particular focus on Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Metropolitan Policy Program experts discuss and analyze topics key to metropolitan vibrancy and competitiveness.
Commentary and updates from the book’s authors as they travel across metropolitan America to discuss suburban poverty.
Has city growth peaked? Bill Frye discusses: http://t.co/c6Kk5Mvghe #NewYork #Chicago #LosAngeles http://t.co/mapyxRafQp
A look at how @firstbuild is legitimizing the maker movement in the #Louisville region, http://t.co/je1pNzfCyB @amy_liuw
#innovationdistrict potential: the National Graphene Institute http://t.co/WeZcZNarJ7 @bruce_katz @PropertyWeek http://t.co/tcvbaMHUDz
Thank you to all our panelists and to all who watched our #BeyondBaltimore event @DRBDouglas, Michael Smith, Bart Harvey, @Don_HB, @JoeMira
Michael Smith discusses game changers, giving second chances and banning the box #BeyondBaltimore @WhiteHouse #MyBrothersKeeper
RT @strobetalbott: Theme of @BrookingsMetro panel #BeyondBaltimore: "eds & meds" - local universities & hospitals - can help cities on unemployment & poverty.
Criminal justice, leadership retention & the wealth gap are only some of the issues discussed in today's #BeyondBaltimore Q&A
We'll be taking questions from the audience and from twitter for webcast viewers of #BeyondBaltimore http://t.co/OC590v9DEU
Affluence and distress both characterize #Baltimore, http://t.co/qqOhRzfrp2 #BeyondBaltimore @jvey1 @berubea1
.@DRBDouglas: We focus too much on the capacity of cities and not on the capacity of neighborhoods #BeyondBaltimore
Inequality in #Baltimore is comparable to major cities. #BeyondBaltimore http://t.co/i6Ll1b3BxF http://t.co/qcjQwnvhS5
Key to today's discussion, @jvey1's report on creating opportunity in #Baltimore: http://t.co/IOdNxkYbzf #BeyondBaltimore
A need for organized voices: connecting resources to organized people "is a whole new tier of success" -- @Don_HB @TRFUND. #BeyondBaltimore
#Baltimore is a relatively affluent city-- Many factors are at play contributing to economic silos. #BeyondBaltimore http://t.co/kpRErG3R92
Calling the private sector to action to support struggling communities, @WhiteHouse's #MyBrothersKeeper looks forward #BeyondBaltimore
There's a broader context: #Baltimore City's concentrated poverty is ~average among major US cities. #BeyondBaltimore http://t.co/jg7Xq33Sgs
Great insights from @DRBDouglas at #BeyondBaltimore: http://t.co/OC590vrf3u https://t.co/CKNBlaRxVE
.@DRBDouglas talks about #Chicago and the neighborhood-economy disconnect. Universities have a role to play. #BeyondBaltimore
"We are living in 2 Americas... we saw that anger come out in #Baltimore" @JoeMira @YouthBuildUSA #BeyondBaltimore http://t.co/TTcllIRkvD
Members of @YouthBuildUSA feel "the sting of poverty every day" --@JoeMira discusses community and personal empowerment #BeyondBaltimore
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