How a Single Church in Michigan Shatters Racial and Economic Barriers

How? By attacking unemployment.
“It’s like two different Americas,” social commentator and author Alex Kotlowitz told the New York Times in 2003, after race riots in Benton Harbor, Michigan, grabbed national headlines. Kotlowitz was speaking of the so-called “sister cities” of the neighboring towns of Benton Harbor and St. Joseph, Michigan. Geographically separated only by short bridges, they are miles apart demogra

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