S6 Ep. 10: Case Studies in Building Neighborhood Communities

August 8, 2019

Season six of the Seattle Growth Podcast has explored the many ways that Seattleites are building or finding a sense of community in a city that is growing and changing so rapidly.

Episode 6.10 looks at efforts to build community within, well, communities. Neighborhoods of Seattle. Two guests offer perspectives from different neighborhoods about growth, change and the importance of community.

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And Cecile Andrews, author of Slow is BeautifulCircle of Simplicity and Less is More, discusses “simplicity circles” and the work she is doing to bring together small groups for conversation in an area of northwest Seattle known as “PhinneyWood.”

If you like Seattle Growth Podcast, you’ll love  On the Brink, the acclaimed documentary of history, hope and determination to save Seattle’s vanishing Central District. You can view the film in Seattle at upcoming screenings August 15 at the Neptune Theater, September 8 at the Historic Admiral Theater, and October 19 at Seattle’s Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI). Additional screenings will take place September 21 in Los Angeles’ Leimert Park, October 7 at the historic Strand Theatre in Delaware, Ohio, and October 10 in Columbus, Ohio.

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