Churches Of Harlem

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American History

 

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Vicky R

 

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February 17, 2011

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The epidemic of this and other destructive drug usage ravaged the landscape of Harlem throughout the 1950’s, 1960’s and 1970’s. But the death knell for the Harlem community may have been the Crack epidemic of the 1980’s. Since at least the 1940’s until the present, over 60 years, alcoholism, drugs, illiteracy, crime, blight, neglect and several other factors along the social, cultural, political and economic variety has compromised the community of Harlem and caused its destruction both from within and without...
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With the influx of large corporations and conglomerates, commercial giants and entities have caused an increase in rising costs in Real Estate markets including mortgages, rental and housing properties and commercial spaces which have gone through the roof! The President Bill Clinton Administration, in conjunction with Congressman Charles Rangel of Harlem, collaborated on creating Empowerment Zones around the country amongst inner city and urban enclaves with the highest concentration of minority persons...
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