Executive Director Shelley Halstead pens op-ed that is published in the Baltimore Sun challenging the narrative of what is good development in low income neighborhoods.

Shelley describes this missed opportunity to build affordable housing and home ownership but instead is a recycling of poverty for two generations.

Baltimore Sun Op-ed by Shelley Halstead

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Shelley describes this missed opportunity to build affordable housing and home ownership but instead is a recycling of poverty for two generations.

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Baltimore Sun Op-Ed by Shelley Halstead

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Robert W. Deutsch

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