1. Real estate collective (1)
  2. 501c4 to advocate prison reform (1)
  3. Potbangers food activist groups (2)
  4. Use social media as a tool to unite people in the movement (2)
  5. University inclusion initiative
  6. Youth justice art program
  7. Youth and young adult job and art training program
  8. Activist skill-share community
  9. Pair older people with young people to cross-educate on advocacy stragies (6)
  10. Youth-led traveling art project (9)
  11. More storytelling initiatives to archive people’s accounts of the movement
  12. Public street interventions to get people interacting with different cultures (1)
  13. Food-based “Come to the table” dialogue series
    See FoodSpark.org
  14. Workshop series on breaking down barriers
  15. Digital campaign of people from the movement sharing wisdom to the future generations about how to interact and grow together
  16. Think tank to spin media coverage of race issues
  17. Leverage the sharing economy with rideshare, car sharing, room lending, meal sharing, and equipment sharing in efforts to help those in need (1)
  18. Community dinners that are story-centric and TED Talk-esque (2)
  19. StoryCorps-based program of community members and police talking and asking questions of each other (2)
  20. Youth courts for restorative justice through timebanking (5)
  21. Create a social justice retreat center to provide rest, healing, food, and respite for people working in the movement (3)
  22. Community plant nursery
  23. Street fair of creative views of social justice issues
  24. Food for dialogue exchange program
  25. Series of community meals with connecting people from the suburbs with people in the city
  26. Create a toolkit called “Paradigm Shift” that teaches people how to actualize some of the direct actions used in Ferguson
  27. Combine small municipalities into a more cohesive environment
  28. Public challenge that gets people meeting strangers in fun ways
  29. A service that matches people’s skills and strengths with opportunities in the movement
  30. Community message board with direct analog and digital connection to leaders
  31. Dinner matching program that connects people to someone from a totally different background
  32. Exhibit about cultural spaces and communities that have disappeared in St. Louis
  33. Entrepreneurship support program for people in the movement and in the community
  34. Compile a book series of stories written collaboratively by white people and black people together
  35. Bombard St. Louis County Executive with holiday cards that wish him a year of acting on the Ferguson Commission report.
  36. Comfort the loved ones of people who have been killed by police brutality
  37. Public display of testimonies, stories, and opinions about race that are connected by string like a web (4)
  38. Artbuilds to create disruptive direct actions on civic issues (5)
  39. Advent e-calendar of actions, events, and programs for people to stay involved in the movement (8)
  40. Lead a 21-day voting registration drive (1).
  41. Nine Network stories from the movement every week
  42. Breaking bread food program to get people on opposite sides of an issue finding common ground over dinner
  43. Neighborhood-based community dinner groups to help feed people and get them strategizing solutions on issues
  44. Dinner exchange program with families from different parts of the city (1)
  45. 21 day high school and middle school journal project and mobile library of stories written by students about race and racism (6)
  46. Community garden with programs that spark neighborhood dialogue (1)
  47. Connect community-generated solutions to civic issues to city government
  48. Community school projects
  49. Sit in at a college, restaurant, or other public space
  50. Engage police and law enforcement in wellness practices (like yoga) that include bias remediation to help decrease negative opinions of others

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