Asiaha Butler

Asiaha Butler couldn’t bear to Leave her Chicago Neighborhood, so she Invested In It

Asiaha, her husband and daughter were set to leave Englewood for a safe suburb. But she couldn’t do it. She couldn’t just leave the kids playing in dirt and broken glass in empty lots. She couldn’t be one more person to give up on the neighborhood where she grew up.

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