By Richard C. Harwood, Kettering Foundation Press (2012)
Based on deep conversations with Americans about the kind of country they want, The Work of Hope shows that fixing politics or even the economy won’t fix what is broken in the country. But, the good news is people have a clear sense of what it will take to move forward.
By Richard C. Harwood, W.K. Kellogg Foundation Press (2007)
Five factors each of us must consider as we work to create change and make hope real in our communities. Included are tools for thinking about your work and creating local conversations about what it takes to make hope real.
By Richard C. Harwood, Kettering Foundation Press (2005)
A vital resource for all who work to create change and move the nation forward,Hope Unraveled reveals a reality that transcends growing consumerism, distorted realities and false divisions, and lays out an alternate path for politics and public life for all Americans.
By Richard C. Harwood & Aaron B. Leavy, Kettering Foundation Press (2011)
What happens when organizations turn outward and become more intentional in creating change? Follow the path of 12 remarkable public broadcasting stations as they make a compelling case for the power and potential of Turning Outward toward the community.
By Richard C. Harwood (2002)
This treatise lays out in detail the aspirations Americans hold for political leaders, news media, and their fellow citizens, as articulated by participants in our Citizen Assemblies and other Harwood Institute projects.