Durham’s East End is being rapidly redeveloped, with consequences for neighborhood residents and owners, as well as the city at large. Reinvestment Partners, who has been doing community development in North Durham for many years, weighs in.
“There’s been all kinds of interventions to improve the neighborhood over the years,” says Peter Skillern, director of Durham’s Reinvestment Partners, a nonprofit that advocates for economic justice and prosperity. “Now it’s the exact opposite.”
Read the full IndyWeek article from 01/10/2018, “John Little and Other Developers Are Gentrifying Durham’s East End. They’re Not About to Apologize.”
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