Opinion
April 07, 2016
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Grant Makers Need a New Approach to Reversing Inequities in America’s Cities

Michael S. Williamson, The Washington Post, Getty Images

A mural in downtown Detroit speaks of the hope that many have for a comeback for the city that has endured so many setbacks.

Many of America’s cities are enjoying a renaissance after decades of losing residents, jobs, and investments to the suburbs. Yet these places are also home to some of the nation’s greatest racial and economic inequities, where gaps between the...

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