Our support for community challenges

COVID-19 Racial Injustice

What We're Learning

We are a learning organization and work to be smarter and more effective every year. We never lose sight of the reason we exist: to do the most possible good with the resources left to the community by Archibald G. Bush. Here we share the lessons we learn through our efforts, as well as the insights of our grantees and Fellows.

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Bush Prize Case Study
Papers & Reports

A 5-year study of how Bush Prize winners contribute to community problem solving.

 

 

Papers & Reports

“What we found when we actually dug into our data is that the numbers don’t always reflect reality, and it’s not necessarily intentional,” — Carly Bad Heart Bull, Native nations activities manager.

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Bush Prize Case Study
Learning Log

Our work creating culturally-specific programs was done at the paradigm level - not just mere translation but including different ways of thinking and understanding...We perceived our collaboration as leaders standing back-to-back [in] different directions toward our respective spheres of influence.

Reflections from Bush Fellows and Grantees

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Community Innovation process
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