Tag Archives: AIF
  1. Confronting Brain Drain with Youth Deliberation

    Earlier this year, the DMC moderated two “What’s Next, Alabama?” forums with high schoolers from Randolph and Coffee counties.

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  2. What’s Next, Chambers County?

    Third Forum: How Do We Get There? Okay, two down and one to go.  There is still time for your voice to be heard March 21st. … Read More »

  3. What’s Next, Chambers County?

    Second Forum: Where Do We Want to Go? We met; we talked; we missed you!  Twenty-five of your neighbors, elected and appointed officials, and community leaders… Read More »

  4. What’s Next, Chambers County?

    First Forum: Where Are We Now? Have you ever noticed something that could improve our quality of life in Chambers County? Well, here’s your opportunity!… Read More »

  5. What’s Next, Cullman? Pilot Program Wraps Up

    The DMC recently wrapped up its pilot forum series for What’s Next, Alabama? in the city of Cullman, with promising results.

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  6. What’s Next, Alabama? Convener Workshop

    Join the DMC and community leaders from around the state for a workshop focused on bringing What’s Next, Alabama? to your community!   What’s Next, Alabama? (WNAL) is a… Read More »

  7. What’s Next, Cullman?

    Our third and final forum in Cullman! In this forum, the community will be asking, “how do we get to where we want to go?”

  8. Minding Our Future Report

    DMC Releases Report on “Minding Our Future” Forum Series

    The David Mathews Center for Civic Life has released the concluding community report for the Minding Our Future: Investing in Healthy Infants and Toddlers forum series, which included over 1,000 attendees at 56 forums convened in 48 Alabama counties.

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  9. What’s Next, Cullman?

    The second forum in our What’s Next, Cullman? series. In this forum we’ll be asking, “Where do we want to go?” as we think about Cullman’s economic… Read More »

  10. What’s Next, Alabama?

    Our upcoming AIF series will be focused on the hyper-local geography of prosperity and, with an eye toward the future, will urge each community to frame its own assets and challenges in order to intimately imagine new futures for the community by asking the question: What’s Next?

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