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Independent voices from the TWT Communities
"I wanted an autograph for my grandson, but he said 'I'm not good on Tuesdays,' " said Cynthia Payne, a neighbor of the park. "He really held on to my hand, though. Five fingers!"
"Most of the people in this neighborhood have to travel out of the neighborhood to get food," she said. "Food has been redefined over the decades as something on a shelf or in a supermarket. Kids are growing up not knowing where a tomato comes from and the process of how many hands it touches before it gets to their plate."