Hidden stories in trash, a slow walk during MLK service

A community day of service for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is an interesting slow walk into the discarded trash around York. A Goya apricot juice can, discarded liquor bottles, a knife found in an empty lot.

A tattered teddy bear and a child’s mattress.

Jaquasisa Gray, age 14, picks up trash next to a discarded teddy bear and childs mattress on South Duke Street Monday January 21, 2013 in York during the Martin Luther King Jr. day of service activity sponsored by Crispus Attucks. YORK DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS – PAUL KUEHNEL

 

 

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