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Wilkinsburg was once a place where those who were successful once lived. Now I look around and I realize that it has fallen down quite a bit. My neighborhood has potential to be back where it once was. As a community, we all have to contribute to bring it back as a place of pride and success.



By Brandi, 16
Recorded at Assemble on February 9, 2012
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Brandi writes about how Wilkinsburg used to be and how it is now.



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