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The Preston model: UK takes lessons in recovery from rust-belt Cleveland

Ted Howard looks out on a group of people drinking tea from styrofoam cups at Preston town hall on a Monday afternoon in March. The social entrepreneur and author from Cleveland, Ohio, is the special guest at the city’s monthly social forum. “What’s happening in this community is historic – it blows my mind,” he tells the city councillors and local business owners. “We’re working out how to build an inclusive economy.”…Read More 

Publication date: 2017-04-10
Parent publication: The Guardian

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