October 20th, 2020 • 42 mins 14 secs • Download (58 MB) • Link with Timestamp
“WHEN CRISIS HITS, IT IS CRITICAL TO HAVE THE ABILITY TO ASSESS THE LANDSCAPE AND IDENTIFY THE TRAUMA.”
Residents in the Grove Park neighborhood on Atlanta’s westside have been hit particularly hard by the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving an estimated 75 percent of residents unemployed. In this episode, we hear what is transpiring on the ground and how the Grove Park Foundation pivoted for a swift crisis response. Find out more at purposebuiltcommunities.org/podcast.