Ten Questions for the Future of Your City

On Saturday April 26, 2014, I will be spending the day filming around MSP along with many other professional and amateur filmmakers documenting ten questions for the future of our city. Pick up a camera and join us! The result will be a geo tagged database of video clips and a national PBS TV series. All shooting must happen on April 26 (the day of this post). Watch this video for the details and visit the url below to participate:

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Atlanta, Boston, Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles, Lower Rio Grande Valley, New Orleans, New York, San Diego, San Francisco, Twin Cities – Film with us on April 26th, 2014!

Your Day. Your City. Your Future. is a campaign platform that inspires urbanites to tell stories that inform a more sustainable future in their cities. Cities are the centers of our current society. They exist for the people they serve. Help us take a closer look at how we can better live together in tight communities, with the best services that provide opportunities for the future.



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2 Responses to Ten Questions for the Future of Your City

  1. David Levinson April 26, 2014 at 7:05 am #

    The 85% applies to metro areas, but everything else applies to core cities, a bit misleading.

    Otherwise, it seems an interesting project, but wouldn’t the worst thing be obliteration, nuclear or asteroid, e.g.

  2. Steve Gjerdingen April 26, 2014 at 8:04 am #

    Agreed David,
    I like in a suburb and would like to take part in this exercise but feel it may be a little far fetched.

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