Jobs, GED, Pregnancy

This walk focused on 22nd Street.

One woman talked about the importance of her son to her.  He was out front washing cars as a small business.

Two teenage girls walked by and said that young teenage girls needed a program to educate them about pregnancy prevention.

Further down the street, a woman in her 20s suggested that the best way to educate young teens about pregnancy would be for older women who had been able to make it through without getting pregnant could talk with them.

The young man with her said that he had grown up around our church.  He suggested a block party and GED program would be good for the church to do.

One resident talked about the need for the food distribution to focus on providing access to people from Fairfield Court.  He has skills in building.

Finally a woman suggested having programs for youth was important.

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