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Mayor A.C. Wharton Governor Bill Haslam County Commissioner James Harvey
Filmmakers interviewed Caleb (R) and his mother, LaShay, about their experiences in the juvenile justice system in Jackson, Mississippi.

Memphis filmmakers shine a light on the juvenile justice system

TraVure office and retail development site in the West Poplar District of Germantown, TN,

Landlocked Germantown models urban growth strategies

Soulsville

Mapping the decline and revival of Soulsville USA

Economic Justice

It's up to us: Considering economic justice in Memphis

Porter Leath Childrens’ Home on Manassas Street is the oldest structure in Klondike/Smokey City. It was an orphanage until 1969 when it became a multi-service agency to serve more children in need.

Prosperity and decline shape Klondike Smokey City's history

Darrell Cobbins

Op-ed: Economic justice means loving Memphis in the public eye

Stickemfoodtruck

Cynthia Daniels: Five easy ways to support black-owned businesses

A view of Decatur Street in Smokey City.

SPARCC grant targets North Memphis for equitable development

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