Originally published July 16, 2020, by Baris Gursakal, for High Ground News A national wave of evictions loom as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to build…View More Mass evictions are coming. This South Memphis nonprofit is part of the solution.
Feature Image: Rufus Sykes cracks a smile as he holds the door open for a customer at the South Memphis Grocery on West Mallory Avenue.…View More Corner Stores: A South Memphis love story
Your correspondent experiences despair and discovers hope which he shares with Colonel John McLeod Keating, managing editor of the Memphis Daily Appeal during the 1878…View More Dateline: Memphis April 15, 2020
Dulaney’s Districts Putting neighborhoods on the National Register is an exhaustive, dedicated process. In this special series, the keeper of the Memphis Heritage Historic Properties…View More Dulaney’s Districts: Chickasaw Heritage Park
Originally published November, 2019. Feature Image: Roshun Austin (L), president/CEO of The Works, Inc., and South Memphis resident Dolores Bateman are featured in the Memphis-based…View More Video series explores worldwide divides, spotlights Memphis for unequal food access
Dulaney’s Districts Putting neighborhoods on the National Register is an exhaustive, dedicated process. In this special series, the keeper of the Memphis Heritage Historic Properties…View More Dulaney’s Districts: LeMoyne College
Originally published April, 2019. Feature Image: Roshun Austin, president and CEO of The Works, Inc. holds a redlining map created in the 1930s. (Ziggy Mack)…View More Seeing Red II: South Memphis CDC brings investment back to Memphis’ formerly redlined communities
Originally published March, 2019. Feature Image: A young girl plays hide and seek in front of shuttered apartment buildings on Tate Street. (Andrea Morales) By…View More Seeing Red I: Mapping 90 years of redlining in Memphis