Articles, Blog Columbus Neighborhoods: King-Lincoln By Justin GonzalezAugust 15, 2019 11 Comments Related articles Women in Construction Management Summer InstituteSixers Unveil Renovated Basketball Courts At Cooper’s Poynt School In CamdenBuilding a Network of Progressive Leaders Phase I Renovation Post navigation Previous post: ‘The Build Up’: Episode 4 – High School Renovation Reveal and Ravens Game Halftime PerformanceHow to Use the Hauseit Rental Property Calculator [2019 Tutorial]Next post: 11 thoughts on “Columbus Neighborhoods: King-Lincoln” This is an excellent documentary! Reply I love this documentary, it shows the history and potential of a great neighborhood. Reply Awesome documentary!!! I'm a young african american residing in the neighborhood, and it was great to see how rich and cultured the community once was.. I'm so sad to see all the young foolishness that carries on everyday… We need a better sense of self, to better our community. Reply My cousins called me to tell me that our relatives were shown in this documentary. They built a lot of the structures on Mt. Vernon and my own mother was born on the corner of Champion and Mt. Vernon….I remember Spicers…. Reply Bring that beat back! Reply Urban Spirit is gone and now a developer office. The city is giving away its soul to developers. Reply Wow, best neighborhood documentary of them all from wosu. Makes me even more proud to have been born in Columbus Ohio. Reply I think the war on poverty, busing,broken homes ,hurt us much more than it helped us.God ,hard work and family worked really well in the 1940s and 1950s. Where are the fathers of our children? Reply My hood. Money earning Mount Vernon. Reply I "LOVE MY COMMUNITY", I am humbled to have worked with and personally know many of the people featured in this presentation. Reply I love the city, and I love history. We need to preserve the heritage. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.