The Road To Revitalization: Economic Inclusion And America's Legacy Cities

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America’s legacy cities, once drivers of industry and wealth, have developed unique cultures of grit and innovation to try to overcome major obstacles like changing industries and government policies that steer investments away from communities of color. How do we confront racist systems that drive deep inequities in public health, safety, and access to opportunity in these unique American cities? How do we bring sustainability and modern urban infrastructure to these metropolitan centers while ensuring that everyone benefits from new investments and growth?

To address these challenges, the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, which has been advancing groundbreaking solutions for 75 years, has launched the Legacy Cities Initiative (LCI). The LCI supports civic leaders, policymakers, and others working to build more equitable, sustainable, and prosperous legacy cities.

Guests: 

George W. McCarthy, Ph.D.
President and CEO, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

Chantel Rush
Managing Director, American Cities, The Kresge Foundation

Dan Moulthrop
CEO, The City Club of Cleveland

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