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Check out what Hoxie is up to! Click the link to our latest newsletter or spend some time here with our Bookshelf and Community Initiatives.

As we adapt to fit communities' needs our commitment to our values is stronger than ever - we are intentional, collaborative, and equity-focused. We focus on supporting communities and building relationships that shift power, promote positive change, and dismantle systemic racism. 

 

If you’re interested in learning more about Hoxie Collective, read our past newsletters, check out our bookshelf, and read some other updates below. Want to connect with us? Send an email to hello@hoxiecollective.com. We love connecting with old friends and making new ones.

NEWSLETTERS:

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BOOK SHELF:

Welcome to the Hoxie Collective virtual bookshelf! 

 

What is a virtual bookshelf? It’s a list of books we are reading that we want to share with you. Why are we doing this? We want to share some amazing authors and books that have influenced our thinking or inspired us in some way. Check out the list below! 

Nature's Best Hope: A New Approach to Conservation That Starts in Your Yard

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Studies in Lakota Stellar Theology

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Required Reading: Climate Justice, Adaptation + Investing in Indigenous Power

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The Wild Robot

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Mama, Is It Summer Yet

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Drawdown

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PODCAST:

Want to know more about our work with neighborhoods? Christina was interviewed by Abby Hoover of the Northeast Newscast in March of 2021 to talk about our work in Kansas City's Northeast Neighborhoods. Check out the episode!

COMMUNITY INITIATIVES:

Have you ever seen something made by Hoxie and wondered, now where would I find that on their website. Well, look no further! If it wasn’t on the Work page (where most content can be found) it lives here, in the “Community Initiatives” section. This is where you can find links to a variety of things including research, neighbor interviews, new partnerships, and other exciting things we want to share with you. 

NEIGHBORHOOD LEADERSHIP

NEIGHBORHOOD LEADERSHIP

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Public Investment Advisory Committee (PIAC)

Christina serves as Councilman Bunch’s  representative on the KCMO Public Improvements Advisory Committee. The PIAC process allows residents and neighborhood associations to request specific improvements in their neighborhoods. View the PIAC Project Map here.