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Jonathan Dodson’s comments in this interview cover the many intersections that he has encountered in his adult life, many of them as he engaged in community development in Oklahoma City where he and his wife are raising a family.
But as he worked in the community first in the social care sphere, then in banking, and now as a developer and community activist, he has found that the usual assumptions often made about how to fix things need fixing, too.
Listen carefully to this conversation about how he thinks more people in Oklahoma City can be heard in a new “MAPS 4 Neighborhoods” that is being discussed in leadership circles.
It’s a major intersection for this city, and a major intersection for many economic classes and ethnic groups as well.