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  • Equitable Growth Dialogues| Green Jobs and Economic Development: Oppportunity without Opportunism

    Equitable Growth Dialogues| Green Jobs and Economic Development: Oppportunity without Opportunism

    20/04/2011 Duración: 28min

    On Saturday April 2, 2011 Great City hosted the Equitable Growth Symposium in Southeast Seattle's Franklin High School. This session focused on the issues of green jobs and economic development in Southeast Seattle. We apologize that the recording cuts off 1/2 way through the discussion due to technical errors. Panelist included: * Roger Valdez * Joshua Curtis, Office of Sustainability and the Environment * Stacia Jenkins, Emerald Cities Collaborative * Charlie Cunniff, moderator The Equitable Growth Dialogues were generously supported by the Bullitt Foundation.

  • Equitable Growth Dialogues: Parks, Libraries, Community Centers, and Culture: Who Pays for the Necessities and How?

    Equitable Growth Dialogues: Parks, Libraries, Community Centers, and Culture: Who Pays for the Necessities and How?

    20/04/2011 Duración: 01h21s

    On Saturday April 2, 2011 Great City hosted the Equitable Growth Symposium in Southeast Seattle's Franklin High School. This session focused on the issues of parks, libraries, community centers and culture in Southeast Seattle: * Christopher Williams, Seattle Parks and Recreation * Nancy Rawles, SPLAB * K. Wyking Garrett, UMOJAFest * Michael Siewerath, Capitol Hill Housing * Brice Maryman, moderator The Equitable Growth Dialogues were generously supported by the Bullitt Foundation.

  • Equitable Growth Dialogues: Health and Crime

    Equitable Growth Dialogues: Health and Crime

    17/04/2011 Duración: 01h07min

    On Saturday April 2, 2011 Great City hosted the Equitable Growth Symposium in Southeast Seattle's Franklin High School. This session focused on the issues of health and crime in Southeast Seattle: * Councilmember Tim Burgess * Gregory Davis, Rainier Beach Community Empowerment Coalition * Mariana Quarnstrom, Southeast Crime Prevention Council * Lisa Quinn, FeetFirst * Brice Maryman, moderator The Equitable Growth Dialogues were generously supported by the Bullitt Foundation.

  • Equitable Growth Dialogues: Creative Inspiration: Building a Great Mount Baker Town Center

    Equitable Growth Dialogues: Creative Inspiration: Building a Great Mount Baker Town Center

    12/04/2011 Duración: 55min

    On Saturday April 2, 2011 Great City hosted the Equitable Growth Symposium in Southeast Seattle's Franklin High School. This first breakout built upon the conversation begun the day before as part of the ULI/Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition at City Hall and featured: * Councilmember Sally Clark * Cathryn Vandenbrink, Artspace * Ryan Curren, Office of Housing * Pearl Leung, moderator The Equitable Growth Dialogues were generously supported by the Bullitt Foundation.

  • Equitable Growth Dialogues: Raising all the Boats: Infill Development, Gentrification and Quality of Life

    Equitable Growth Dialogues: Raising all the Boats: Infill Development, Gentrification and Quality of Life

    04/04/2011 Duración: 01h16min

    On Saturday, April 2, 2011, Great City hosted the Equitable Growth Dialogues at Southeast Seattle's Franklin High School. This session, "Raising all the Boats: Infill Development, Gentrification and Quality of Life" included: * Councilmember Mike O’Brien, Chair Seattle Public Utilities and Neighborhoods * Tom Tierney, Seattle Housing Authority * Tony To, HomeSight This work was generously supported by the Bullitt Foundation.

  • Equitable Growth Dialogues: Transportation Investments: Who Wins, Who Loses?

    Equitable Growth Dialogues: Transportation Investments: Who Wins, Who Loses?

    04/04/2011 Duración: 01h23min

    On Saturday, April 2, 2011, Great City hosted the Equitable Growth Dialogues at Southeast Seattle's Franklin High School. This session, "Transportation Investments: Who Wins, Who Loses?" included: * Mayor Mike McGinn * Councilmember Tom Rasmussen, Transportation Committee Chair * Paulo Nunes-Ueno, Children’s Hospital * Andrew Austin, Transportation Choices Coalition * Lynn Domingo, LELO * Craig Benjamin, Streets for All Seattle, moderator This work was generously supported by the Bullitt Foundation.

  • Equitable Growth Dialogues: Fruitvale Village

    Equitable Growth Dialogues: Fruitvale Village

    04/04/2011 Duración: 01h09min

    On Saturday April 2, 2011 Great City hosted the Equitable Growth Symposium in Southeast Seattle's Franklin High School. The day began with Jeff Pace from the Unity Council in Oakland, California sharing some of the successes and lessons learned with the development of the Fruitvale Village, a mixed use, mixed-income, transit oriented development. The Equitable Growth Dialogues were generously supported by the Bullitt Foundation.

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