Chicago Grassroots Innovation Blog
Our focus is on improved outcomes for low-moderate income communities’ employment, public education, business enterprise development, community organizing, and collaboration building. We design and implement action research projects based on client needs. We engage in organizational and situational analysis with our clients prior to helping them do strategic planning and select from among a range of strategic directions. We assemble and manage consulting teams based on project and client needs.
SHOP AIR DATES ABOUT THE FILM PREMIERES TUES., OCT 4 AT 9/8C MAKING BLACK AMERICA: THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE is a four-part series from executive
Operating on the margins: Chicago hospitals commit to equitable care, but rising costs squeeze budgets and threaten progress
September 26, 2022 BY KATHERINE DAVIS Nestled on a leafy street and surrounded by multifamily buildings, a former hotel in Oak Park provides shelter for
She, her husband Greg Galluzzo and Mike Kruglick trained Barack Obama and countless community organizers, around the world. In Pilsen, community effort builds to close
Huami Magazine Chicago Sept./Oct. 2022 https://issuu.com/terrywatson7/docs/chicago_db5745629251b7 Let Chicago Grassroots Innovation Blog help you find funding for your ideas, Family, business, Non Profit or Neighborhood
So many similarities to the current moment- identification of “the other” as the enemy, not as Americans; pseudo-science; tension between American ideals and the reality
The artist who throws Newton a curve HILARIE M. SHEETS The New York Times Sep 7, 2022 COSTA MESA, Calif. — As a teenager in
There are many Chicago Grassroots innovators— big and small, Obama America’s first black president, Alycia Kamil, a teenager who inspired Mackenzie Scott to give away $4.2 billion; past and present, John H. Johnson, Ebony/Jet and the Historymakers, in media; Chicago Beyond, social impact investing; Ariel Capital and Loop Capital in finance; Goldin Institute, ABCD, PUSH, BUF, Gamaliel in grassroots leader training networks— to learn from and emulate during this golden age for black fundraising.
The goal of this blog is to promote grassroots innovation especially in community economic development, health, safety, housing and education, by:
Discussing grassroots innovators, impacts, collaborations and networks
Raising $1 million to promote grassroots innovation
Connecting and promoting Chicago grassroots innovators