Local Voices Network (LVN) is a project that seeks to record neighborhood conversations on important local topics. These recordings will be shared on a searchable website for journalists, decision-makers, and other local stakeholders to tune into the community’s real concerns.
We need the participation of local community members to make this a success.
Here's how it works:
Step one: You'll join a 4 - 6 person recorded conversation over Zoom led by a volunteer facilitator. You'll share real concerns, stories, and ideas connected to your experience living in this community.
Step two: Our recorded conversation will then be transcribed, keyworded and posted on a website to be shared with media outlets, local decision-makers, and other neighborhood stakeholders with the goal of offering a new window into issues that are important to our community.
About the Local Voices Network:
The Local Voices Network project aims to bring the perspectives and concerns of everyday Bostonians to light through facilitated community conversations that invite anyone and everyone to the table to share and listen. Conversations are recorded and transcribed with the goal of offering media, local leadership, and the greater public a new window into the most important community issues. Learn more at our website here: lvn.org