Letters to the Editor

December 8, 2014 6:05 PM

Where’s Sharpton?

Why do all these marches and protests take place after someone is shot? Why don’t we see Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson patrolling these vulnerable neighborhoods on any given day, asking the residents to promote the economic development of these areas? If all you ever see in your neighborhood are check-cashing and liquor stores and boarded-up businesses, how is that a remedy for success?

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