There is hope for addressing one of America’s most serious inner-city issues, if only we stop turning a blind eye.
I recently made a visit to Miami to gather material for my next book project. I’m not a complete stranger to inner-city life, having grown up near downtown Cleveland, Ohio, in a neighborhood that disintegrated over time.
I believe the following example from my trip summarizes the crux of inner-city life. This scene took place in Miami, but it might have taken place in many others cities throughout the country.
I published the article on Aplus.com. I hope you will follow the link to read it there.