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The Micro Revolution: Neighbors Making a Difference

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At this MPC roundtable luncheon, Jay Walljasper, author of The Great Neighborhood Book and senior fellow at Project for Public Spaces, discussed lessons learned from real-life stories of successful neighbor-driven improvements. He moderated a panel of motivated residents from the Chicago area who shared their own stories of making a difference in their neighborhoods.

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