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1   Link   Visit Ithaca.com
2   Link   Village at Ithaca
The mission of the Village at Ithaca is to advocate for excellence and equity in Ithaca's public schools, by developing strategic community relationships, programs, and services to ensure that students, particularly Black, Latino, and low-income stud
3   Link   Ithaca on Wikipedia
4   Link   Multicultural Resource Center
We offer a number of programs and cultural celebrations throughout the year, diversity workshops and trainings, and a lending library with resources on undoing racism and diversity education. Please take a look around the site, and feel free to conta
5   Link   Utne Reader, America\'s Most Enlightened Towns
6   Link   Trails Near Ithaca
7   Link   Tompkins County Human Rights Commission
Offers telephone or in-office consultation regarding questions of rights, disputes, alleged violation of anti-discrimination laws which provide protection in the areas of employment, housing, credit, public accommodation, and public, non-sectarian ed
8   Link   Greater Ithaca Activity Center (GIAC)
The Greater Ithaca Activities Center (GIAC) is a center for all ages, particularly youth and teens. It serves the immediate neighborhood and the greater Ithaca area by providing multicultural, educational and recreational programs focused on social
9   Link   Groundswell Center for Local Food & Farming
Groundswell’s mission is to help youth and adult learners develop the skills and knowledge they need to build sustainable local food systems.
10   Link   Tompkins County Public Library
11   Link   Tompkins County Workers' Center
he vision of the Tompkins County Workers’ Center is that all people are respected in the workplace, have a Living Wage, the right to organize, quality health care, housing, childcare, transportation, and access to healthy food and water, as guarantee
12   Link   Southside Community Center
Since its incorporation in 1934, the Southside Community Center, Inc., continues to affirm, empower, and foster the development of self pride among the African-American citizens of greater Ithaca.
13   Link   Sustainable Tompkins
14   Link   MLK Community Build
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Build is a collaboration of several non-profit, educational, and volunteer organizations in Tompkins County, NY. We are comprised of members from the Africana Library at Cornell University; The Center for the St
15   Link   Congo Square Market
Ithaca's Congo Square Market opened on June 12, 2009 at Southside Community Center. Named for the famous Congo Square in New Orleans, this market honors African-American history. In the early days of US slavery, recently enslaved African and others
16   Link   State Theatre of Ithaca
17   Link   Family Reading Partnership
The Family Reading Partnership is a non-profit community organization that promotes early literacy. We are a broad-based, locally grown coalition of individuals, businesses, schools, libraries and other organizations. We have joined forces to "create
18   Link   Sciencenter
19   Link   Park Center for Independent Media
The Park Center for Independent Media, launched in 2008, is a national center for the study of media outlets that create and distribute content outside traditional corporate systems and news organizations.
20   Link   New York State Parks, Finger Lakes Region
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  • By Alexis Alexander,
Membership Manager

    I have woken to a new day, a day when GreenStar's annual Member Meetings and pancakes are defined as pure elegance and inspiration. Surprised?

    The morning after our Fall Member Meeting, I'm entranced by the experience of last night. I realize how far GreenStar has come over the years, and how integral and essential a partner we are in the wider regional food movement before us. Our roots as a buying club and grain store have matured into a multimillion-dollar community-ba...

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