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Through their nonprofit SA Heals, Charles and Jennifer Foltz are trying to change lives in their drastically different, and distressed, neighborhood on the East Side.
Reporting on segregation forces me to ask tough questions about how I’m educating my own kids.
Community schools may be one of the most successful models of delivering vital supports to families and students in high poverty areas. Can Wheatley Community School overcome early challenges and neighborhood upheaval to close the opportunity gap for East Side students?
An East Side restauranteur’s faith fuels him to look beyond his troubled past and current struggles.
Residents enjoy the newness of the government-built, mixed-income East Side apartments, but they wish the rules weren’t so strict, the report finds.
Leonard Walker, 57, and his wife Trelina remember living in Wheatley Courts for five years without central air or a washer and dryer. In 2013, they left their home when they learned of the U.S. government’s plan to demolish the outdated and notorious courts and erect, in their place, new apartments. Now, the Walkers are…