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Detroit Free Press
Atwater Beach project getting $50,000 Gannett grantto build. The conservancy has so far raised about $275,000, including the $50,0
Detroit Free Press / Posted 9 days ago
to build. The conservancy has so far raised about $275,000, including the $50,000 Gannett grant and $225,000 from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Knight Cities Challenge. Officials hope to start construction next spring, though the... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
How can Charlotte build ‘better blocks’ and revitalize neighborhoods?Better Block Project, is scheduled to talk July 11 as part of the Building Comm
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 19 days ago
Better Block Project, is scheduled to talk July 11 as part of the Building Community series. A collaboration of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Charlotte Center City Partners and the city of Charlotte, Roberts is the second speaker in... Read more
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Times News
Meal program bridges cultural divisionsdinner with members of the Philadelphia Mummers Association. On the menu were
Times News / Posted 25 days ago
dinner with members of the Philadelphia Mummers Association. On the menu were Chinese dumplings, Italian-style roast pork and a Mexican chicken dish. The program was established with a grant from the nonprofit John S. and James L. Knight Foundati... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Fake newsa $14-million project to enhance media literacy. The fund, donated by non-profi
Pilipino Star / Posted 28 days ago
a $14-million project to enhance media literacy. The fund, donated by non-profits such as the Ford Foundation, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Mozilla and Tow Foundation, is administered by the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Meal program bridges cultural divisions, 1 plate at a timePHILADELPHIA (AP) — On the menu, the flavor profiles seemed incongruous: Chines
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — On the menu, the flavor profiles seemed incongruous: Chinese dumplings, Italian-style roast pork and a Mexican chicken dish featuring an edible weed. But when dinner was served, the guests seated and plates bearing foods of three... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Meal program bridges cultural divisions, one plate at a timeIn this photo provided by Alex Styer, participants in a yearlong “Breaking Brea
Inquirier.net / Posted 29 days ago
In this photo provided by Alex Styer, participants in a yearlong “Breaking Bread, Breaking Barriers” program share a meal on June 5, 2017, at Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia. People of different backgrounds are sharing meals from their... Read more
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Daily Herald
Meal program bridges cultural divisions, 1 plate at a timePHILADELPHIA -- On the menu, the flavor profiles seemed incongruous: Chinese du
Daily Herald / Posted 29 days ago
PHILADELPHIA -- On the menu, the flavor profiles seemed incongruous: Chinese dumplings, Italian-style roast pork and a Mexican chicken dish featuring an edible weed. But when dinner was served, the guests seated and plates bearing foods of three... Read more
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ABC News
Meal program bridges cultural divisions, 1 plate at a timeA yearlong program at Philadelphia's historic and popular Reading Terminal Mark
ABC News / Posted 29 days ago
A yearlong program at Philadelphia's historic and popular Reading Terminal Market is bringing people of different backgrounds together to share meals from their cultures. Organizers say "Breaking Bread; Breaking Barriers" was created to connect... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Meal program bridges cultural divisions 1 plate at a time AP News | 06/24/17 04:06 AM PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- On the menu, the flavor pro
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 29 days ago
AP News | 06/24/17 04:06 AM PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- On the menu, the flavor profiles seemed incongruous: Chinese dumplings, Italian-style roast pork and a Mexican chicken dish featuring an... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Meal program bridges cultural divisions, 1 plate at a time(AP) A yearlong program at Philadelphia's historic and popular Reading Terminal
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 29 days ago
(AP) A yearlong program at Philadelphia's historic and popular Reading Terminal Market is bringing people of different backgrounds together to share meals from their cultures. Organizers say "Breaking Bread; Breaking Barriers" was created to connect... Read more
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