Rebuilding caring communities, block by block

September 1988, Shreveport, Louisiana: 20-year-old William David McKinney had been fatally shot by a white teenager. Racial tensions, already simmering, boiled over. In the aftermath, anger, frustration and pleas for change. The city was described as a “powder keg.” Thirty-two years later, that powder keg is exploding with yards signs that say, simply, “We Care.”Continue reading “Rebuilding caring communities, block by block”