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Why not have the NAACP and the city council work hand in hand with the new Public Housing Authority Director to clean the place up? Rather than march to Raleigh to rehash something that occurred in 1898; let them march the streets of Creekwood and the other projects between 10 PM and 5 AM. Let them carry cameras and two way radios so they can call the police in for a quick response? They probably won't get the warm fuzzy feeling they will get from marching to Raleigh to relive something their great-great-great ancestors dealt with. Is that the reason? Or is all their rhetoric about making a difference just that rhetoric? What impact will a march to Raleigh have on today's issues? Could marching the streets in Creekwood make a difference? Let's see if they are all show or gave some stamina?

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