Urban Renewal Podcast Episode 9: Creating Equitable Living Space

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Last month, the Urban Congress on African- American Males hosted its Annual Convening. The theme for the Convening and for the Urban Congress year is “The Village Renewed”.  In this episode of Urban Renewal, Raymond A. Jetson sits down with J. Daniels of the East Baton Rouge Housing Authority and Partners Southeast to discuss healthy villages, healthy communities and how housing is just the beginning!

Guest(s): J. Daniels, Jr., Executive Director of East Baton Rouge Housing Authority and CEO of Partners Southeast

Release Date: 5.13.19

Produced by: Parachute and Donney Rose for MetroMorphosis

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