Neighborhood Economics, San Antonio

Neighborhood Economics is an ongoing conversation across geographies that helps people build the economic architecture so everyone will thrive.

The next installment in the conference series includes a unique partnership with indigenous people in San Antonio, a project led by Henry Cisneros to revitalize the poorest neighborhood in the city, a proven model from the Gary Foundation that utilizes savings circles, a groundbreaking fund through the MacArthur Foundation that lets formally incarcerated people own a home, and seminary students and leadership trying to get this conversation embedded in the training of faith leaders.

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