"When environmentalist Naomi Davis walks past the boarded-up homes and businesses in her Woodlawn neighborhood, she envisions a community that will confront the climate crisis by becoming self-sustaining, with vibrant, black-owned stores and green gardens.
It's a way of life that she imagines will combine the best of today's technological advances with the gritty, self-reliance of her grandmother's era.
She admits it's a lot to imagine."
Dawn Turner Trice reports for the Chicago Tribune February 21, 2011.
Monday, February 21, 2011