OneCranston is an initiative looking to build racial and social equity to help establish social cohesion across the City to gain economic mobility, with the Comprehensive Community Action Program as it’s backbone agency. (source)
_Where is this project happening? Who lives here, and in what way are they affected? What geographic area? What's the weather like? What is the ecosystem (tropical, high altitude, ...)? Are there any major features nearby, like highways or a desert? Is there a specific industrial landuse that you are concerned about? _
Goals and Motivations
_Why are you taking action? Can be as general as "I'm concerned about XXXX" or contain specific goals such as "I want to collect data on the water quality impact caused by the confined animal feed operation nearby". Also consider organizing the sub-questions motivating your inquiry by using the Questions feature, below. _
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Activities we’ve done in our project
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