New York’s Garrison Institute Highlights “City of Compassion”
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New York’s Garrison Institute Highlights “City of Compassion”

The Garrison Institute featured Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and his approach utilizing compassion to run a city with “social muscle”—and highlighted the ways in which the Compassionate Schools Project (CSP) is helping children reach their maximum potential. The institute commissioned Curry School of Education professor and CSP leader Tish Jennings to interview the mayor.

The Garrison Institute‘s mission focuses on contemplative practices and building sustainable movements for a healthier, safer, and more compassionate world.

Read the story, “City of Compassion.”