list of non-profits

here is the link.


Caitlin's link to article about Jane Jacobs and the economy


I thought we might be able to get a discussion going about this...or some thoughts could be shared. If the link isn't working, let me know.


Statement of Principles

The Planners Network is an association of professionals, activists, academics, and students involved in physical, social, economic, and environmental planning in urban and rural areas, who promote fundamental change in our political and economic systems.

We believe that planning should be a tool for allocating resources and developing the environment to eliminate the great inequalities of wealth and power in our society, rather than to maintain and justify the status quo. We are committed to opposing racial, economic, and environmental injustice and discrimination by gender and sexual orientation. We believe that planning should be used to assure adequate food, clothing, housing, medical care, jobs, safe working conditions, and a healthful environment. We advocate public responsibility for meeting these needs, because the private market has proven incapable of doing so.

We seek to be an effective political and social force, working with other progressive organizations to inform public opinion and public policy and to provide assistance to those seeking to understand, control, and change the forces which affect their lives.


Vince Fritz we send you our sincere thanks and appreciation for getting this blog up and running.

With this portal progressive planners, be they citizen planners or professionals in the metro area can share observations, vision, concern and resources among other things.

Eager to watch and support its growth--onward!