Higher Ground Founder Hubie Jones and Board of Advisors member Professor James Jennings discuss the promising results of Higher Grounds collective impact work and potential broad application across Boston.
The Story of Boston’s Higher Ground (2010) is the report resulting from a case study of Higher Ground, a well-regarded nonprofit organization founded by Hubie Jones.
Hubie Jones exposed Boston Public Schools for it’s exclusion of thousands of students with special needs
A letter to the editor.
What is clear is that due to Higher Ground’s non-duplicative and network fostering model of service delivery, Higher Ground was uniquely positioned to act as a community catalyst following RoxComp’s closure.
Higher Ground is invited by the Warren Gardens community to collaborate around neighborhood improvements.
This report proposes the designation of a pilot „corridor area‟ in Boston as a spatial urban mechanism to facilitate the planning and implementation of collaborative neighborhood-building strategies.
The effort to help children in this one large swath of Harlem begins even before they are born, as street workers walk door to door, encouraging pregnant young women to attend a free crash course on parenting.
This purpose of this report is to provide an overview of the social and economic characteristics of neighborhoods in Boston, which can influence and impact the mission and work of community-based non profits.