Girls Inc. of Memphis has made the local news twice in connection with plans to revive the South City neighborhood!

WMC Action News 5 produced a big picture piece about the South City Development Project, which will funnel $200 million of city and federal funds into the area that's home to Foote Homes and Booker T. Washington High School, where we founded a new Girls Inc. center last year. The piece touches on plans that would involve Girls Inc. moving into a renovated and much larger space in the now-shuttered Georgia Elementary School across the street. Click on the thumbnail below to check it out!

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And High Ground News published a story with more details about our plans for the space in Georgia Elementary. Click the thumbnail below to read!

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Empowering girls and a new generation of women leaders is the global civil rights issue of our time. It takes a village to unlock a girl’s tomorrow in today’s world. Girls Inc. is one of the critical keys to opening that door for thousands of Memphis girls. I am a proud supported because I believe that it is men who have to step up when it comes to the current plight and future hopes of all the girls within our reach. - Rabbi Micah Greenstein
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