Join Rebecca Solnit, author of A Paradise Built in Hell, the pick for this year’s One City One Book by the San Francisco Public Library as she describes her work and how it relates to disaster recovery efforts across the globe.Read more ›
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As you’ve probably seen, we at the NEN have been more than a little busy recently. With my imminent departure for New Orleans, the recent Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp, NENfm’s big launch, and more, it’s been another action-packed month. Here’s the highlights… Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp 2010 The NEN was proud to be a partner at this year’sÂ Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp, which featured dozens of speakers, workshops, a resource fair, [...]Read more ›
Most San Franciscans will probably make it through the next Bay Area earthquake. But will residents stick around afterward or leave permanently, repeating the New Orleans story? In this first part of a presentation on the Disaster Recovery Phase, NEN Director Daniel Homsey explains why the Recovery Phase after a major disaster is so important and the challenge of getting people to think now about this phase. Check back soon [...]Read more ›
In hard economic times, San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood is taking an extraordinary step: Introducing a community currency that can only be spent in Bernal Heights. Crazy or calculated? NENtv investigates. View on Youtube here. Download here (right-click to save).Read more ›
Those communities that successfully tackled crime, cleaned up trash, and got the neighbors talking – how did they do it? In this presentation, NEN Director Daniel Homsey outlines the stages through which most neighborhoods go on their journey to becoming active communities. Daniel ends with the secret ingredient that carries communities beyond single-issue flash campaigns to long term resilient neighborhoods. [Also viewable on Youtube here.]Read more ›
These are exciting times at the Neighborhood Empowerment Network (NEN). In this introduction presentation, NEN Director Daniel Homsey discusses the events, social media strategies, and partnerships at the heart of the NEN’s work. [Also viewable on Youtube here.]Read more ›
It’s hard to imagine life without Youtube and so it was only a matter of time until we uploaded the NENtv catalog to the be-all, end-all video website. So now you can watch, link to, or download all NENtv episodes from the NEN Youtube channel empowersf, as well as on the NEN website. What’s the difference between watching the videos on our website versus Youtube? Not too much, to be [...]Read more ›