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How well do you know your city? We're not just talking about being able to navigate through your neighborhood without using google maps or knowing where the best restaurants are located - these things are important, but cities offer so much more! This podcast explores the "so much more." Join us as we talk to some really interesting and cool people doing good work in the fields of policy, advocacy, community development and more. Our goal is to highlight all of the amazing work that's happening in cities across various regions and to celebrate the leaders that are making it happen.

How well do you know your city? We're not just talking about being able to navigate through your neighborhood without using google maps or knowing where the best restaurants are located - these things are important, but cities offer so much more! This podcast explores the "so much more." Join us as we talk to some really interesting and cool people doing good work in the fields of policy, advocacy, community development and more. Our goal is to highlight all of the amazing work that's happening in cities across various regions and to celebrate the leaders that are making it happen.
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How well do you know your city? We're not just talking about being able to navigate through your neighborhood without using google maps or knowing where the best restaurants are located - these things are important, but cities offer so much more! This podcast explores the "so much more." Join us as we talk to some really interesting and cool people doing good work in the fields of policy, advocacy, community development and more. Our goal is to highlight all of the amazing work that's happening in cities across various regions and to celebrate the leaders that are making it happen.

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English


Episodes

08 - Maria Cabildo: The Planning of East LA, Building Community and Creating Leaders.

5/18/2018
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Maria Cabildo, the "Patron Saint of Boyle Heights," joins us to discuss how she first learned about Urban Planning, her experiences in founding the East LA Community Corporation, and how she raised $5k to bring Cesar Chavez to Columbia University.

Duration:00:37:12

06 - Linda Griego: LA's Uprising, Women in Politics and Equitable Economic Development

1/4/2018
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Linda Griego joins us to talk about her experiences in helping rebuild Los Angeles after the 1992 LA Uprising, being the first woman to run for Mayor of Los Angeles, and shares with us some of the most important lessons she learned about civic engagement and urban planning from her childhood in New Mexico.

Duration:00:32:54