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Season 1 Trailer

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Why does it seem as if poverty is segregated to certain neighborhoods? What’s the secret to addressing the root of intergenerational poverty? How can we bring in new investment while preserving the history and culture of a place? Join us to explore these questions and more.

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Poverty is the neighbor of wealth in America’s cities – but it doesn’t have to be.

This season will tell stories about:

  • interstates dividing communities,
  • walking out your door and “feeling it,”
  • both public charter schools and traditional public schools helping students and neighborhoods,
  • the struggles of fighting against the forces of gentrification,
  • waking up and walking with a purpose every day, and
  • coming back full circle.

We’ll hear stories from:

  • Orlando, Florida,
  • Raleigh, North Carolina,
  • Omaha, Nebraska,
  • Atlanta, Georgia,
  • Houston, Texas, and
  • Charlotte, North Carolina

Narrator

Alexandra Wiggins

Community Development Associate, Purpose Built Communities

Alexandra Wiggins supports current Network Members and assists new prospects as a Community Development Advisor for Purpose Built Communities. Alex is a recent graduate of Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center where she received her Juris Doctor as well as a Graduate Diploma in Comparative Law.

This is Community is created in partnership with HL Strategy. Our executive producers are Eytan Davidson, Howard Lalli, and Sherry Crawley. Our producer, director, and editor is Brady Hummel. Mixing and mastering is by Matt Honkonen, and our music is from Pitchwire.