The social construction of the stigma of an inner-city neighborhood. Conflicting perspectives of professionals and residents on social problems and gentrification
She says that twenty years ago she came to live here. She had just been divorced and needed a place to live. The people who lived here were nice and helpful, she remembers. They volunteered to help move in her belongings. Now everyone is gone, except one neighbor, who has lived here since the fifties.
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