Here's another with headline stating, "Decade after being declared nation's poorest big city, 1-3 Clevelanders remain in poverty."
Over the past couple of years I've written a few guest articles for the I-Open blog, which is hosted by an organization based in the Cleveland area.
Here's one titled "Career Pathways out of Poverty", which starts out asking "What are “all the things we need to know, and do to assure that youth born or living in high poverty areas of Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, New York City, etc. are starting jobs and careers out of poverty by their mid 20’s?"
This is a question that should be asked and answered in every big city, in the USA, and the world. Below is a map from the Brookings.edu web site, which shows how concentrated poverty is a big city problem. I posted the link in this article on the MappingforJustice blog.