The Gardens at Cedar Hill was conceived when Douglass’ mansion was placed on the list of 10 most endangered national parks. It provides lovely embellishment for the grounds and represents a show of support for the preservation of the legacy of a powerful community hero of international acclaim. It is a place to sit and ponder the past as well as the future.
For Jenny Crawford, it started with a conversation with a woman—a mother of two children, ages 4 and a newborn—the same ages as Jenny’s two boys. They discussed their similar struggles of life, mothership, work and balance; yet were divided by one critical factor. Opportunity. This woman was grappling with homelessness and related challenges, where...View