Neighborhood Pride

neighborhood pride

North Philadelphia, 1940s; Real neighborhood pride. Philadelphia children under the care of responsible parents were taught to respect and maintain where they live. Not one bit of trash. If it was done then, it can be done now. It’s not up to the children, it’s up to adults. By the way, the popular cleanser was Bon Ami, remembering our black pride!

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