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  • 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,......

  • NLI is pleased to once again invite you to join our Community Book Club. Book #3 is Just Medicine: A Cure for Racial Inequality in American Healthcare by Dayna Bowen Matthew.  Dozens of community members have contributed to ongoing dialogue on social justice in previous groups. Now,......

  • NLI encourages you to take action steps for social justice! Every one of us must seriously consider the importance of civic engagement and participation. Three easy steps pave the way to making a difference for our community – (1) Complete the 2020 Census (2) Register......

  • There have been many changes in our community and around the world since the onset of Covid-19. Families have been impacted in so many ways and the need for even basic essentials has increased in ways no one could have ever foreseen. As a community-based......

  • NLI’s highly popular Community Book Club is moving on to its second book. On August 11th, we will begin facilitated discussions on The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein. This book will be discussed at weekly online sessions hosted again by NLI facilitator GiGi Elder. We......

  • NLI programs are in full swing this summer! Join us as we celebrate the newest cohort of NLC grads. Also, NLI has formed a second Community Book Club group to discuss The New Jim Crow book. There’s still time to sign up. Updates are provided......