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"Building Community Wealth" Forum featuring Sarah McKinley

"Building Community Wealth" Forum featuring Sarah McKinley

Expanding democratic ownership Mobilizing anchor institutions

In partnership with Northland College’s Center for Rural Communities and WITC, a League Forum features Sarah McKinley, Manager of Community Development Programs at the Democracy Collaborative. She presents on her research and travels around the US visiting cities who noted for their innovative strategies resulting in growing more prosperous local communities.

McKinley is co-author with Marjorie Kelly of the Cities Building Community Wealth Report. In this presentation, she describes wealth building strategies including anchor institution and broad ownership models, and shares best practices from around the country.

Publication date: 2016-06-22

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