“Long-term Five Points resident Candace kneels down with her daughter, Sparrow, to fill a trash bag with plastic bottles, cigarettes and other debris.
She is part of a gathering at 8 a.m. on June 3, when over forty Five Points residents came out to clean up parks and streets in the neighborhood.
“I think it’s something that we as neighbors can do,” she says through her mask. “Whatever our practicalities are about participating in protests, we can certainly come out on a Wednesday morning and help support our neighborhood.””
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Salzman, Neil. Westword 5 June 2020.