January 4, 2019. The Florida Times-Union.
The scene for an ICARE meeting is impressive.
There is a sea of
people in the church pews, but they aren’t all from one congregation or
faith: there are Christians, Jews, Unitarians, Baha’is and more, making
up a wonderful human quilt of Jaclsonville.
And the meeting
they’re attending in this church won’t take hours: it’s a highly
structured one with just a few minutes reserved for every speaker.
It’s appropriate, because ICARE has always been about turning words into real, tangible action.
December 19, 2018. News2.
CHARLESTON, SC (WCBD) – The City of Charleston is one step closer to a contract with a Virginia company to conduct an audit on the Charleston Police Department for racial bias.
December 16, 2018. WUSF News.
Back in October, hundreds of Hillsborough County residents packed the pews of Tampa’s First Seventh Day Adventist Church.
was an interfaith gathering of congregations, all members of the
Hillsborough Organization for Progress and Equality (HOPE). People
chatted and a choir led the group in singing hymns, but before too long,
they got down to business.
December 5, 2018. The Charleston Chronicle.
Charleston City Council’s regularly scheduled December 4 meeting appeared almost a feeding frenzy as Mayor John Tecklenburg and councilmembers discussed the city’s 2019 annual budget. The mayor is proposing a nearly $223 million operating budget and several entities seeking municipal funding are in line for a share. They include a group that wants the city to increase the minimum wage for its employees to $15 per hour.
November 21, 2018. Topeka Capital-Journal.
Topeka will send eight leaders from the Momentum 2022 economic development initiative to learn about collaboration, making cities work and leadership through the Harvard Bloomberg City Leadership Initiative, the city announced Wednesday.