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  • Leading off with 3 Things that you should know…. (1) Our newest Book Club begins April 6th and we’ll be discussing Caste; The Origins of Our Discontents. (2) Vaccinations are increasing in NEO, especially with the Wolstein Center at CSU opening up operations, and (3)......

  • We are pleased to announce the fifth book of NLI’s Community Book Club! NLI  invites you to read and discuss this next book with us.  Book #5 is The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap by Mehrsa Baradaran. Dozens of community members have......

  • HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM THE INSTITUTE! All of us here at Neighborhood Leadership Institute wish you a happy, safe and prosperous New Year! 2020 brought many challenges that most of us were not anticipating. Now, as we enter 2021, some of those same challenges persist. Regardless,......

  • Press Release January 11, 2021 Tru2U mentoring program kicks off program year activities with help of Triston McKenzie Cleveland Indians pitcher serves as high-profile mentor to Cleveland 8th graders (Cleveland) Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Triston McKenzie is one of 170 volunteers signed up for the......

  • Happy holidays from The Institute! Here’s your December edition of our monthly e-newsletter. Executive Director Kevin McDaniel shares his end-of-the-year thoughts and highlights how NLI staff members have continued their excellent work in outreach and engagement during these difficult times. Learn more about our latest......

  • Join us for the next Community Book Club! NLI is pleased to invite you to read and discuss the next book with us. Book #4 is The Color of Mind: Why the Origins of the Achievement Gap Matter for Justice by Derrick Darby and John L. Rury.  Dozens......

  • It’s November, and our 3rd Book in the popular NLI Community Book Club is wrapping up. That means a new book will be announced soon! In this edition, you’ll also get updates on the election-focused Civics Workshop Series,  our Schools as Neighborhood Resources program, and......

  • The Schools as Neighborhood Resources program starts on November 4, 2020 this year. The full program will run from November 4, 2020- March 15, 2021. Each week, we will convene communities on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. This program allows......

  • October is a busy month! We introduce our 3rd Book in the popular NLI Community Book Club, continue with the election-focused Civics Workshop Series, and gear up for the launch of our Schools as Neighborhood Resources program. You’ll also find important information on Issue 68......

  • “Demystifying This Season of Voting” – Session 1: Laying the Ground Rules Tuesday September 22, 2020 6:00 PM The Institute is pleased to introduce its Virtual Civics Workshop Series. As the 2020 Presidential election approaches, we are hosting a series for community members to learn,......