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VIDEO: Aerin Dunford on upcycling, creativity, and systems change

In this video, Aerin explains what upcycling is all about and shares her thoughts on how upcycling connects to social change and large-scale systems change.
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VIDEO: Jackie Cahi Tells the Story of Kufunda Learning Village in Zimbabwe

Founded in 2002, Kufunda is a working village in Zimbabwe exploring how we can all become more self-sufficient in community. Kufundees live what they speak; they keep their land alive, use local solutions, grow healthy food, offer workshops and run local schools.
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VIDEO: Young Detroit Builders Connects Young Adults With Ways to Give Back

Young Detroit Builders (YDB) is an 8-10 month training program that seeks to unleash the positive energy of unemployed young adults in order to rebuild their communities and their own lives. YDB offers comprehensive support services in the form of counseling, leadership development, life skills, and on-the-job construction training.
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VIDEO: Joe Finn Explains MHSA’s Home & Healthy for Good Program

In this video, Executive Director Joe Finn explains MHSA's Home & Healthy for Good program, a Housing First initiative in partnership with Dr. Jessie Gaeta. In 2010, Home & Healthy for Good was selected as a Social Innovator by Root Cause and its Social Innovation Forum.
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VIDEO: Joe Finn on the Housing First Movement

In this video, Executive Director Joe Finn explains the Housing First Movement and this relatively new approach to ending homelessness is so effective. Housing First brings focuses on bringing housing to the front of the continuum of care rather than making housing the prize.
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VIDEO: Neel Shah of Costs of Care – Giving Doctors & Patients the Information They Need to Deflate Medical Bills

In this short video, we speak with Founder and Executive Director, Dr. Neel Shah, about the purpose of Costs of Care, why he started the organization, and how people can get involved.
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VIDEO: Herb Gleason on leadership and community health

In this video, Herb Gleason shares lessons on leadership and community organizing, discusses his time working with community activist Mel King while at United South End Settlements, and tells the story of the founding of one of Boston's first community health centers (one of the most energizing decisions he says he's ever been involved...
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VIDEO: Students Talk About Notre Dame Education Center

Today, NDEC serves over 350 students in South Boston, with its ESOL program serving over 200 students each year. Additional support services include employment and educational counseling, immigration case management, and citizenship preparation and tutoring. In this video, students discuss the people and programs of NDEC, the impact the school has had on their...
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VIDEO: Boston leaders speak about what they gained from NPi’s last dialogue

Dave McLaughlin and Joseph Porcelli share their thoughts on NPi's community dialogue, “Building Community Online and Offline”
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VIDEO: NPi Speaks with The Cloud Foundation about the 100K ArtScience Innovation Prize

In this video we talk with Carrie Fitzsimmons of The Cloud Foundation about The ArtScience Prize, an award that provides opportunities for teens to develop breakthrough ideas in the arts and design at the frontier of scientific knowledge.
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VIDEO: Bill Walczak, CEO of Codman Square Health Center, on the value of partnerships and collaborations

Bill Walczak of Codman Square Health Center in Dorchester, Massachusetts discusses how the Codman Square Health Center serves as a resource for improving the physical, mental and social well-being of the Boston community.
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August 6th, 2009 NPi Community Dialogue Reflections, Photos, & Video

Thanks to everyone who made it out to our event earlier this month, “Building Community Online and Offline” at City Year’s headquarters in Boston. Speakers at this event were Dave McLaughlin, Executive Director of Boston World Partnerships; Joseph Porcelli, Founder and Chief Neighbor at Neighbors for Neighbors; and Doris Sommer, Faculty Director at Cultural...
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VIDEO: NPi speaks with The Young People’s Project

In this video, learn about The Young People's Project, a nationwide organization teaching high school students to teach themselves and instilling in college students the value of giving back.
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VIDEO: NPi speaks with Lakenya Johnson of FAMILY Movement

In this video we speak with Lakenya Johnson of FAMILY Movement in Dorchester Massachusetts about its vision to empower young moms, women, and men in homeless shelters and transitional living by providing self-worth and family values.
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May 7th, 2009 NPi community dialogue reflections, podcast, and photos

Our speakers Hilary Allen of the Boston Center for Community & Justice; David Crowley of Social Capital Inc.; and Kaia Stern of the Pathways Home Project at the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School shared stories on how rebuilding lives after incarceration, creating community within diverse neighborhoods, and...
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VIDEO: Bill Walczak on busing in Boston in the 70s and the city’s unique history

Watch Bill Walczak, CEO of Codman Square Health Center and Co-Founder of Codman Academy Charter Public School in Dorchester, Massachusetts speak about Busing in Boston in the 1970s and it's lasting impact today.
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December 11th, 2008 NPi community dialogue reflections, video, and photos

Thanks to everyone who turned out (in spite of the rain) for last night’s event at the Boston Public Library. Video by Nishima Chudasama. We enjoyed hearing our three speakers Herbert Gleason, lawyer and former corporation counsel for the City of Boston, 1968-1979; Melvin B. Miller, Editor and Publisher of the Bay State Banner; and...
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