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  1. Yenta Laureate
    July 12, 2012

    Great idea; the neighborhood exists because it was so precariously balanced that activists and residents needed to work together. And those communal fights, have left us with a neighborhood whose history is being lost, even as gardens are seen as amenities, rather than places that were contested. People today see what was won, but not what was lost, and how things were won is largely invisible.

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