“At a time when poverty and economic insecurity remain widespread in the United States, how does a very poor community strengthen its capacity to improve itself? What does the possibility of change look like from the vantage point of ordinary citizens who care about their community, but struggle to see a path to a better future?”
The transformation, maybe the answer, is in a small community in Washington State started in the late 1980s. – first in a three-part series by author David Bornstein in The New York Times. Read the full article here.