Wealth, Poverty and Atlanta’s Neighborhood

A recent report by the Brookings Institute reveals that Atlanta is a city with a serious income inequality problem. That disparity plays out visibly in the city’s housing market as some neighborhoods have failed to rebound from the recession. Marketplace Wealth & Poverty reporter Noel King made a visit to Atlanta in February to look at which communities are falling behind. She joins host Celeste Headlee and John O’Callaghan, CEO of Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership, to talk about the winners and the losers when it comes to Atlanta’s neighborhoods.


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