In the back yard of the Nation’s Capitol, just east of the Anacostia River, there exists a community that has been long plagued by crime, poverty and disenfranchisement. “East of the River,” the tag name for this section of Southeast, Washington, D.C., is a label that has become synonymous with an attitude of feisty underdog pride. It was in that spirit, one of a community seeking to pull itself up, that a partnership between the clergy, police and the community was born.
Reclaiming a generation...One child at a time.
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