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Exposed Book Neglect
Exposed Book Neglect
Exposed Book Neglect
Exposed Book Neglect
Exposed Book Neglect
Exposed Book Neglect
Exposed Book Neglect
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  • 1. Neglect
  • 2. Neglect The physical neglect of public spaces in the Black People area always piling up garbage in almost the middle of the Creek area was the most prominent theme in road for display, around my building. It’s not a pleasant sight because participants’ narratives and photos. The project anybody who would see this would probably get the idea that nobody generated over 200 pictures of garbage accumulating around here cares to keep this area clean and free of garbage on roads. The garbage is almost sliding down towards the roads, the throughout the neighborhood, pictures of dying could pose a threat of an accident for any care driving by closely. trees, parks and schools in need of maintenance, People should clean up and get garbage piles off the roads. under-utilized or abandoned green space and basketball hoops without nets. Overall, participants “There are not many trees around because people don’t care about felt that the unreasonable build up of garbage how our environment looks. They don’t plant trees, we should cut made their neighborhood look ugly and made down all dying trees, plant more trees and take care of them.” residents feel unimportant and undervalued. Photo- researchers documented concerns about lack of “You can see the garbage every where on the road and school yard. It public parks as well as neglect of the few existing is not very good and they [children] go outside and play and breathe and smell. Another corner there is a lot of papers. Luckily, we have a public parks. Parks were identified as an affordable person there that collect these things and hope to have more people to means of entertaining children. Many participants do his job to improve the health in the community” felt that the lack of clean, safe and inviting outdoor space negatively affected their quality of life and The winter has ended and the mall neglects the garbage that health. Many of the young participants noted accumulates alond the walls, making our communities look filthy. the value of having basketball courts near their We have young people that are willing to clean up messes but no one homes and schools but wanted to see the courts will hire them. Therefore they get the bad name of a dirty community. better maintained. Although both government and There is a lack of caring for the well-being or health of impoverished residents were identified as being accountable for communities. There should be a program that can employ youth to clean and maintain the streets. After all, the youth get blamed for the the “mess” in their neighborhood, the majority of mess anyway. participants felt that if government officials took more interest in making their neighborhood look Most of the [basketball] courts don’t have proper nets. Some are beautiful, residents would be more motivated to either broken or the net is torn which makes it hard for kids to have a keep it clean. good game. When things get broken, nothing is done about it. All of the photo-researchers agreed that government I would like the government to provide the local schools with more officials were responsible for initiating the first steps funding to properly maintain the school’s property. Children should towards making their neighborhood cleaner and not have to go to school in such a disgusting environment. I feel that such surroundings are determined to their learning, because without healthier. They called for more government staff pride in their schools, kids are not as eager to learn. assigned to the maintenance of the neighborhood, more plant life, and better parks. Photo-researchers It’s an irony seeing three neat trash bins next to a pile of garbage. also highlighted the need for public education This shows how the government is irresponsible to take care of the campaigns on the impacts of this kind of neglect sanitation. on community health and the environment. Some photo-researchers suggested that this issue presented an opportunity for the government to create employment opportunities for youth. 33
  • 3. Samira Dorigen A girl poses in an area full of garbage to display how unsanitary our communities are. We see garbage all around our community and garbage is unsafe, can produce diseases, and it is not clean. More funding is needed in our community. Lack of funding is the cause of this problem. We can try to clean our community as well instead of depending on the government and other people to clean it. - Dorigen 34
  • 4. The No Fun Park Brian “You can see the garbage everywhere on the road and school yard. Is not very good and they go outside and play that breathe and smell. Another corner there is a lot of papers. Luckily we have a person there that collect these things and hope to have more people do his job to improve the health in the community.” - Photo-researcher
  • 5. Stanley No Where This is a picture of trash. I took this picture because it shows all of the mess and build-up happening in Black Creek, and if we as a community do not stop adding to it rather then shrinking it, we have no where to call home. To me, this picture means the outcome of what could happen if we don’t start taking care of our community. - Stanley 36
  • 6. Muzna Safy Safy Dorigen 37
  • 7. Celena Basketball is a very common sport. Many kids need basketball courts to do some physical activity afterschool. To do that you need a proper court to play in with all the proper facilities. Most of the courts don’t have proper nets. Some are either broken or the net is torn which makes it hard for kids to have a good game. When things get broken, nothing is done about it. - Muzna Stanley Brian 38
  • 8. Brian Looking for Hoopz 39
  • 9. Safy My Children These kids are enjoying a good time – inexpensively. Because of my low income it’s important and vital to find inexpensive ways to entertain our children. We need to advocate governments and funders to invest in our communities. They should invest in more accessible activities. -Safy 40
  • 10. Muzna Mini Garden People feel great about summer and they feel great about their environment. This is a mini garden where people are planting their seeds for new plants and flowers to grow and fill the environment with happiness. This is to show that there are still people who care about our community and want it to look great. -Muzna 41

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