The Poverty Docket

Published: October 20, 2021   |   No Comments  |  Read more

Income is not the only predictor of poverty. For many Atlantans, court records have a lasting imprint on their lives.

The Missing Doors

Published: March 15, 2021   |   No Comments  |  Read more

Like Haus Gables, many Atlanta homes have no front doors – at least not for everyone. Without substantive policy changes, the crisis will continue.

Changing the Tide

Published: June 29, 2020   |   No Comments  |  Read more

In the parable of the starfish, we’re reminded not to become overwhelmed with the enormity of the problem, and to focus on helping the person in front of us. But does this create lasting change?

Where’s Home?

Published: March 3, 2020   |   No Comments  |  Read more

What kind of emotional and social weight does having a home carry? Everyone deserves to have a safe and stable place to call home.

Is Hope Necessary?

Published: August 26, 2019   |   No Comments  |  Read more

When squaring up to our biggest systemic problems – like institutionalized racism and inter-generational poverty – maybe hope isn’t quite what we need.

Beyond the Bumper Sticker

Published: June 21, 2019   |   No Comments  |  Read more

What’s wrong with random acts of kindness? Don’t they brighten a stranger’s day? The problem is that our needs, and our suffering, are not all the same.