For the last week, our series "Birmingham: the Urban Divide" has focused on issues affecting the city's changing population, a struggling school system, housing issues and economic development. But those things are part of a broader picture of how Birmingham not only faces its challenges, but faces its neighbors... and, more importantly, how the neighbors look back. Increasingly, they're not. Suburban communities have all but turned their backs on Birmingham, claiming that the city turned its back on them. Some see it as a racial problem - Birmingham is a majority black city - others see it as an historical problem. As WBHM's Steve Chiotakis reports, one thing's for sure, very little is getting done.