An Inspired Future: The Significance of City-wide Conversations in Chicago

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Part 2: Intergenerational Conversations in Communities

December 2011
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ABSTRACT

You have heard it said ‘it takes a village to raise a child.’ Imagine Chicago showed it takes a child to inspire a city.

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Author: Bliss Browne

Bliss Browne is president of Imagine Chicago, a non-profit organization she founded in 1992 to cultivate hope and civic commitment. Her work has inspired an Imagine movement on six continents. A former corporate banker, Episcopal priest, Mother and now grandmother of four, she has moved to Florida where she hosts family and friends in need of renewal, and happily ventures forth (when invited) to teach, coach, train and do keynote speaking.E:  bliss@imaginechicago.org  Website: www.imaginechicago.org

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