Upcoming Webinars on Black Middle Neighborhoods and Community Engagement During COVID-19

Join us on October 1st at 12pm (EST) for free webinars co-sponsored by the Middle Neighborhoods Community of Practice, the National Community Stabilization Trust, the Center for Community Progress and NeighborWorks America.  

Recordings of past webinars and registration for Middle Neighborhoods 101 webinars can be found here.

Community Engagement Strategies during COVID19
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
(1:00 PM EST) 

Join us to learn practical ways to engage communities during the COVID19 pandemic. Multiple panelists will share strategies and success stories, plus together we’ll brainstorm and demonstrate several formats to build virtual connections between middle neighborhood businesses, partners and community members.

Black Middle Neighborhoods in Legacy Cities
Part Two: Strategies (Rescheduled)
October 1, 2020, 12:00pm (EST)

Speakers: Alan MallachKamla Lewis, and Johnette Richardson 

In Part One, Alan Mallach and Nedra Sims Fears addressed the history of the Black middle neighborhood in America’s legacy cities, the forces impeding their success, and the implications of their unequal recovery on the wealth of Black households and the health of cities.  In Part Two, we will move from the unique challenges and opportunities faced by Black middle neighborhoods to strategies for their stabilization and revival, with examples of equity-focused stabilization efforts in Shaker Heights and Baltimore.