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The Nonprofit Industrial Complex
In America, it’s all too common that we measure success by whether you leave the town you grew up in. The best and brightest, it’s assumed, are those that get out. Why do we accept that as a country? Urban revitalization strategist Majora Carter says we shouldn’t, and we won’t see real improvement in our low-income neighborhoods until we approach them differently. Ravi and Majora get into a wide-ranging discussion about flawed community outreach, the “non-profit industrial complex,” gentrification, affordable housing and urban renewal.