Fortune: It’s possible to bring tech jobs to struggling cities without displacing residents—and Baltimore is proof

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We’re experiencing a record-setting spate of historic “firsts.” Will that matter? Your employee support efforts may actually be traumatizing your already traumatized people. Oh, and what’s the opposite of gentrification? Jonathan Vanian on how to build a tech hub in an underserved city that creates opportunity for the people who already live there.

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