We are one of the fastest growing cites in America and home to some of the greatest corporations on Earth. We are the nation’s culture capital and birthplace of the civil rights movement.
But, in the black mecca of the south, a city “too busy to hate”, there is a socio-economic pandemic that has ravaged this city for decades.
This societal illness has left behind our most vulnerable residents, the poor and unsheltered, the working middle-class, and our small businesses...
"There can be no
glittering international city
as long as grim poverty and dangerous despair
TARNISH OUR GLOW."
— Maynard H. Jackson