I moved here from Haiti with my grandmother. I was kicked out at 16. Luckily I had friend to help me with money and a job.
Around the time I was growing up in the early 2000s my community was very involved in activities around the community and with our kids here. Now in 2019 we cant get that much involvement to support our community and kids.
Find God and Connection with someone older. I did this and it helped me get through a lot. The elder are wise
Once I seen somebody fall out. many walked by but it was one group that stopped to help.
I always user to help my neighbor. I use to pick stuff up for her, and go to the store. She was disabled.
Gunshots in the middle of the day preventing you from leaving your home
During the hurricane one side of our street lost power and the other side had power. We were on the side without power. Our neighbors with power came over everyday with cold water, cooked us food and invited us to use their washer and dryer anytime we needed it. It was truly neighbor helping neighbor
My pride was a big part if my life.It was so many times where my pride played a part in my life. It has got me in trouble and out of trouble
Well when i was younger our house would always get broken into we would come home and our house would be trashed we spent all night trying to clean it and the police never really did anything about it they always came late
Growing up in boynton there’s a lot of important moments. Things are not as good as they used to be around here.when I was younger I was shot 5 times on different occasions.