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Saturday, February 9, 2013

  • "How I Met My Mother"

    February 9, 2013 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm – The Foote School A performance by Jack Hitt to benefit the Edith B. Jackson Child Care Program. February 9, 2013 at 6:30 pm, The Foote School, 55 Loomis Place, New Haven $25 tickets ; contact: bella@ebjchildcare.org Organized by The Edith B. Jackson Child Care Program, Inc. | Type: talk/performance

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Neighborhoods: What is Working

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LISC CEO is an ImpactAlpha “Agent of Impact”

ImpactAlpha has named Maurice A. Jones, president and CEO of LISC, one of their "agents of change," citing the organization's extraordinary success attracting capital in the wake of the pandemic to fund minority- and women-owned small businesses and underinvested communities hit hardest by Covid's fallout. “If this is a real commitment for long-term patient capital to invest in these communities," says Jones in the article, "there is no question in my mind that we can collectively achieve much greater economic mobility."

From the Watts Rebellion to George Floyd, South LA Charts a New Path Toward Racial Justice

In an op-ed for Next City, Tunua Thrash-Ntuk, ED of LISC LA, and Hanna Love of the Brookings Institution trace the historical roots of community self-determination in South Los Angeles and argue that it's high time for public and private sector leaders to support the model for investment these activists have forged. They draw on the findings of their recent co-authored report on South LA's potential for equitable recovery in the wake of the Covid pandemic. Both are must-reads.

Breaking Down the Barriers to Health Equity: Q&A with La Tasha Barnwell

LISC Emerging Leaders Council member La Tasha Barnwell describes her work in public health and the imperative of a holistic strategy for closing the racial wealth gap.

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