This Sunday, April 27, 2014, the Sacramento Bee ran a long piece chronicling the important work we’ve been doing! You can read the full article on their website.
From the introduction:
When Gray Brechin decided several years ago to develop a catalog of thousands of New Deal projects built in the 1930s, one of his goals was to show how government could help Americans when it embraced a humanitarian ethos.
At the time, Brechin, a UC Berkeley geographer, could not have known how much his effort would be relevant to the debate being waged in America today over the extent to which government should aid the least fortunate among us when a growing gap divides the top 1 percent and the rest of us.
Read the rest here.
And don’t miss the video they’ve assembled: