Neighborhood revitalization is essential to ensuring families of all backgrounds and zip codes can thrive. Too often, however, this work is invisible, devalued, or just misunderstood. It’s time to change the public narrative about why some neighborhoods are well-resourced and others are not.
Where We Thrive: Communicating About Resident-Centered Neighborhood Revitalization offers a new set of framing resources produced in partnership Purpose Built Communities and supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. It includes evidence-based communications recommendations to help practitioners and field partners shift the narrative from Poverty Is a Choice toward Prosperity Starts with Place.