This is Place Matters, a podcast about the intersection of race, place, and poverty. Together, we'll explore the belief that the path towards ending inequity and promoting prosperity is through the work of holistic neighborhood development. The content for this podcast is based on over 45 years of experience, expertise, failure, and hope from our organization, Focused Community Strategies -- better known as FCS. Thanks for joining us!
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Gentrification is a word that has lost its context, simply coming to mean that the wealthy are getting nice, new things built for them and legacy residents, who are disproportionately lower-income people of color, are getting displaced. Their history... more
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Just listened to the episode on Flourishing. Such a great conversation that touches on poverty and wealth of all forms, not just currency and capital. Approachable and insightful, can’t wait to hear more!
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Place Matters launched 5 months ago and published 20 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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