Saturday, September 25, 2010

Follow-up: Speaking of Englewood

Well I wanted know Ay-Sha Butler's vision for Englewood. I have no idea if she wrote this post in response to a recent blog post from last weekend, but it's worth noting here:
When I say Englewood can be the new Brooklyn, I mean we can function as a borough, where everything we want is within our community. Like Brooklyn, Englewood could be enriched with cultural events and gatherings. Like Brooklyn residents, we will rep it in all we do and be proud of where we live!
Well the response to why she wants Englewood to resemble the NYC borough of Brooklyn. Hopefully we'll see more of that transformation play out in the near future. :)

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