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Everyone CountsCould "Participatory Budgeting" Change Democracy?$
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Josh Lerner

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780801456657

Published to Cornell Scholarship Online: August 2016

DOI: 10.7591/cornell/9780801456657.001.0001

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Coming to a City near You

Coming to a City near You

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(p.16) Coming to a City near You
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Everyone Counts
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Josh Lerner

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Cornell University Press
DOI:10.7591/cornell/9780801456657.003.0004

This chapter illustrates the PB group's desire to communicate with local community organizations in New York City, Boston, San Francisco, and elsewhere to organize public forums. At each event, core community groups brought in allies and local elected officials to hear about Chicago. Diverging from their approach in Chicago, the group launched Participatory Budgeting in New York City (PBNYC) as a multidistrict process. Community Voices Heard—a group that organizes low-income women of color around public housing and welfare programs—played a lead role in securing broad community support and foundation funding. The ongoing public presentations thus led to new PB processes. Foundations began to take notice, investing more money in the group's work and in local PB procedures.

Keywords:   PB group, local community organizations, public forums, PBNYC, Community Voices Heard, PB processes

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