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Want the latest? Check out our 3.12.2021 newsletter - Leaders in every season. Highlights include updates on our current cohort of amazing interns, University Park Slow Jams parents, and work with public health advocates and teachers....

Parents gather over Zoom and make the case for action. In 2020 streets became more dangerous. But sustained in-person engagement to address this danger became nearly impossible. Despite these challenges, the University Park Slow Jams partners and USC Kid Watch parent network got together repeatedly over...

Throughout this unprecedented year, we’ve seen repeated calls for justice and equity. Thanks to you, Public Matters has been answering this call by training a new generation and a new type of leader through our fellowship program Urban Futures Lab. Fellows are individuals whose passions, skills,...

Want the latest? Check out our 10.26.2020 newsletter. Highlights on University Park Slow Jams, Urban Futures Lab, and upcoming conferences and convenings....

Urban Futures Lab: Yearbook Edition - Ep 1: This is OUR Time Capsule: One Year in Review https://soundcloud.com/publicmatters/urban-futures-lab-yearbook-edition-ep-1-this-is-our-time-capsule-one-year-in-review/s-gPGSOqw2mLM **For some context, this podcast and its episodes were conceived during the beginning of our quarantine season, and recorded in late April and early May—just a few weeks before...

Urban Futures Lab: Yearbook Edition - Ep 2: What Do You Meme? - Breaking Down the UFL Experience https://soundcloud.com/publicmatters/urban-futures-lab-yearbook-edition-ep-2-what-do-you-meme-breaking-down-the-ufl-experience/s-WDgOSD40L9i **For some context, this podcast and its episodes were conceived during the beginning of our quarantine season, and recorded in late April and early May—just a few weeks...

Urban Futures Lab: Yearbook Edition - Ep 3: The Rose that Grew from Concrete/The Lotus Rising from the Mud https://soundcloud.com/publicmatters/urban-futures-lab-yearbook-edition-the-rose-that-grew-from-concretethe-lotus-rising-from-the-mud/s-VKJHeA2cmy6 **For some context, this podcast and its episodes were conceived during the beginning of our quarantine season, and recorded in late April and early May—just a few...