Black Communities Redifing the Home in South Chicago

Within the seventh chapter, Home: 1230 North Burling Street, Fleming argues that a combination of misrepresentation of poverty by those who live outside the projects in combination with social fragmentation has led to a decrease in positive change within south Chicago. He states that the main point of conflict is that the residents are seen […]

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The Lives of Criminals Still Happened Even If We Don’t Want to Believe It.

1618 S Street The early nineties are often considered a turbulent and formative time for much of Washington DC. While some pockets within the metro area were experiencing tremendous growth, others like DuPont’s northeast quadrant were littered with crime. This disproportionate wealth and social decline was not in the best interest of the city moving […]

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