Resilience and Racial Equity
Our department works to to develop and put in place Boston’s Resilience Strategy. We want to ensure all of us have access and support to thrive from childhood to retirement. We're focused on social and economic resilience in a City affected by historic and persistent divisions of race and class. Our department also keeps an eye toward potential shocks the City may be exposed to.
100 Resilient Cities
Pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation (100RC), the foundation builds resiliency in cities across the world.
A private, independent foundation helping low-income communities in Boston and Chelsea.
The Rockefeller Foundation
Opportunity Zones Initiative
Encouraging long-term investments in communities across the United States.
Boston Ujima Project
The fund is a democratic investment vehicle helping communities of color.
Black Economic Council of Massachusetts
A leading organization in the advancement of Black economic development.
Museum of African American History
Preserving, conserving, and interpreting the contributions of African Americans.
Black Market Dudley
Uplifting Dudley Square by giving power to local micro-businesses.