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In the fall of 2018, Buckhead Christian Ministry learned that long-time residents of the historically-affordable Darlington Apartments, located less than three miles from BCM’s office, were being evicted. Having recently transitioned to paperless technology, BCM’s staff showed up to the apartment complex with computers and compassion. Read more about the displacement and BCM’s response here.

Buckheads Darlington Apartments Displacement Impacts Tenant Aid Non-Profits

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