Monthly Archives: November 2012

Propelling progress: The latest on the 2012 Housing Opportunity Convening

Progress through collaboration Today, dozens of experts and leaders will convene in San Francisco to address this challenge: How do we secure housing opportunities for all Americans?

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Is fair housing a civil right?

Untangling the Tangled Web Is fair housing a civil right? The ACLU is suing Morgan Stanley for alleged violation of the Fair Housing Act, and in a recent article first published by Equal Justice Society, john powell, of Berkeley’s Haas … Continue reading

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Big Oil vs. the electorate

Originally published on Developing Green Communities. The fossil fuel industry has spent millions of dollars to keep themselves on the top of the energy game. But Election 2012 proved that money does not buy you happiness- at least for the … Continue reading

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Politicians matter– but so do we

The seemingly never-ending campaign has ended. Congratulations to all of us for making it through! It’s vital to remember, however, that winning or losing office neither guarantees nor dooms the progress we seek. Politicians matter, but so do we.

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Praxia and Sweet Water convene in Chicago

It’s always a rejuvenating experience meeting with our friends at Sweet Water. Members of Praxia Partners traveled to Chicago last week to participate in a strategy meeting with Sweet Water folks. The meeting allowed for a great conversation about Sweet … Continue reading

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