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How do we Safeguard the Grove?

Land owned by Black Grovites to become active and spark commerce on Grand Avenue

Approaches to slow down gentrification differ

MKTplace at Goombay Plaza in Coconut Grove

Gentrification Causes Urban De-negrofication

by Bishop James D. Adams, pastor, St. John Institutional Missionary Baptist Church

Historic African-American neighborhoods in big cities are in decline. Miami‚Äôs historic Overtown, formerly know as Colored Town during segregation, and Liberty City — urban communities that were once swollen with Black people and sweltering with Black culture — are losing residents and the political clout that goes with it. Currently these