The Bumpy Road to a Prosperous West Side

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Someone Like Mike

Mike Brown runs a pizza shop while leading his kids and his community in building a better life.

Relationships to Repair the World

As a solution to a big social problem like inequity, “relationships” may sound too simple or too soft. But lack of connection between people perpetuates a lack of empathy and understanding, which leads to a lack of vision for lasting change. And there’s nothing soft about relationships.

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