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`Bridge Park' was created and is run by a largely black community, many of whom would once have fitted the stereotype well. What has made it work?
The man who takes such an interest in those around him carries each hour the pain and suffering of his six million people.
At his first health service union meeting, former Welsh steel worker Albert Tarling unexpectedly found himself elected branch secretary.
When I visit our son Dickie, he doesn't say, `Hello, Mother, I'm glad to see you. I wondered if you might come today.' Sometimes I wonder if he thinks these words, even if he is not able to express them.
The city of Richmond, Virginia, is the former capital of the Southern Confederacy.
To amend Winston Churchill's words about the Battle of Britain, never in the course of human history has so much been owed by so many to so few.
Four years ago All Saints Episcopal Church asked one of their congregation, Denise Wood, to survey Pasadena's `quality of life'. For nine months she went around listening to people and their concerns. What she discovered was a 'city in pain', as she describes it, with alarming problems most people were unaware of.
For two days the coach wrestled with this and then went to the authorities and told them that, unbeknown to him at the time, they had benefitted from the skills of someone who should not have been playing. As a result the shield was taken from them and given to another team.
From Aubern Street - where Martin Luther King Jr was laid to rest next door to his Ebenezer Baptist Church - the multistorey spires of downtown Atlanta gleam on the skyline a mile away like a shining 21st century citadel of economic success.