The conversation on gentrification needs to shift to people first. Who lives in the neighborhood? What are their stories? What are their needs? How can they use their talents to create the change they want to see in their community?
It is clear that sulfide mining would degrade an exceptional tract of public land that is vital to local, state and national constituents and stakeholders. Mining must not be implemented.
Our society’s concern or indifference toward home care workers speaks volumes to the value we put on the lives of the parents, grandparents and the people with disabilities they care for.