Ceasar McDowell: I know there's an America that wants to be

SAT, NOV 19, 2016 (7:11)

Ceasar McDowell is the President of the Institute for Social Change and a professor of urban planning at MIT. He joined Boston Mayor Marty Walsh at the Cutler Majestic Theater in November 2016 to help kick off a year of talks intended to ask Bostonians to address real and present issues of racism. Follow the ongoing conversation via Twitter with #IAmBoston.

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Dr. Ceasar McDowell is President of the Interaction Institute for Social Change. As founder of MIT’s Co-Lab (previously named Center for Reflective Community Practice), he works to develop the critical moments reflection method to help communities build knowledge from their practice or, as he likes to say, “to know what they know.” Through his work at the global civic engagement organization, Engage The Power, he developed The Question Campaign as a method for building democratic communities from the ground up. At MIT, he teaches on civic and community engagement and the use of social media to enhance both. of the Algebra Project. In addition he has developed programs for public discourse and conflict resolution among educators from Northern Ireland and The Republic of Ireland. He also designed a public dialogue process for informing the Boston Foundation’s Persistent Poverty project work in Boston.

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