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Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley suggests the midwest has the manufacturing history and know-how to partner with the maker movement and scale up DIY businesses.
DC Central Kitchen's CEO Mike Curtin argues cities lose millions of dollars when they send someone to prison instead of educating at-risk communities.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed describes why talented Millennials, Boomers, and jobs are moving into city cores.
Aspen Forum for Community Solutions Chair Melody Barnes reveals early steps that were the foundations of President Obama's proposal to make community college free. University of Maryland Baltimore County President Freeman Hrabowski echoes the value of community college in the educational system.
New York City Deputy Mayor Richard Buery makes the case for why workforce programs aimed to end inequality benefit all sectors of society.
CLASP's Kisha Bird and Michael Gritton, Executive Director of KentuckianaWorks, say summer youth employment programs give low-income, resource-poor communities work experience and skills.