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The shift toward a more inclusive urbanism has begun. But it will require time, commitment from city institutions, and political agency at the local level. by @richard_florida

Busy day in Raleigh, and here at @RedHat too. It's @NCCommerce Board of Sci, Tech & #innovation Mtg day! We're talking #OneNCSmallBiz and & Community Innovation Fund. @ForwardCities @cgergen @emergingissues

@nytimes recently published an insightful story on the economic boom in #Durham. Here's the lesser-known story about how that effort includes community leaders seeking to ensure an inclusive innovation economy. @forwardcities

North American application deadline is 5/29 #civicmedia

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