Upon the publication of my articles at MLK50.com about EDGE approving $58 million in tax breaks to apartment projects in Midtown and East Memphis that do nothing to ease Memphis’ affordable housing crisis, I was invited to talk with my friend and colleague, Cardell Orrin, Tennessee executive director of Stand for Stand For Children, on his weekly interview show, Cardell’s Soapbox. The wide-ranging discussion covered the topic of the articles but much, much more.
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