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Black Women Build
A fire in Baltimore threatens effort to rebuild
And shows why restoring distressed neighborhoods can be so hard.
An abandoned block is reborn in West Baltimore
In 2019, Poinsetta McKnight was one of the last homeowners living on her block. Now with seven restored homes, “I’m seeing it come up.”
Reparations fund will help Black women build houses — and wealth
A Baltimore church that worked against Black homeownership is now investing in it.
An archaeological dig in urban Baltimore reveals a forgotten past
It's part of a movement to make the field more accessible and inclusive.
New Baltimore development raises questions about what progress really means
Neighbors fear the affordable housing project will further concentrate poverty in a distressed neighborhood.