neighborhoods, social capital
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Neighborday

This spring I did some thinking and writing for GOOD.is, as they launched their first new holiday, Neighborday.  It was a day for celebrating neighbors, and neighboring, for getting to know where you live and the folks that you live around just a little better.  I was part of a team led by Kyla Fullenwider, of Imperative, a social design firm doing really interesting work around engagement, evaluation, and impact.

We’ve shared some of our initial findings about how Neighborday here.

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