We Live Here is a multi-faceted, multi-media project about race, class, power, poverty, systems and the people they touch.
Oftentimes on our show, we're dissecting what's going wrong in a system.
This week, we bring you three stories of things going right in the community.
They're all centered around the same thing: changing the look of poverty.
We'll hear from a man trying to clean up streets named after Martin Luther King Jr., a woman who transformed a vacant lot into St. Louis' "best hangout garden," and a nonprofit trying to help tiny cities maintain and protect an unexpected public asset – trees.