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Next Door, Yet Worlds Apart

Jason Andrew for The Wall Street Journal

Andre T. Mitchell drove down Sutter Avenue in East New York and pointed to some of the landmarks of the Brooklyn neighborhood: housing projects, a police station and an intersection named for an 8-year-old boy killed by a stray bullet. 1,098 more words

Next Door, Yet Worlds Apart

Jason Andrew for The Wall Street Journal

Andre T. Mitchell drove down Sutter Avenue in East New York and pointed to some of the landmarks of the Brooklyn neighborhood: housing projects, a police station and an intersection named for an 8-year-old boy killed by a stray bullet. 1,097 more words

Next Door, Yet Worlds Apart

Jason Andrew for The Wall Street Journal

Andre T. Mitchell drove down Sutter Avenue in East New York and pointed to some of the landmarks of the Brooklyn neighborhood: housing projects, a police station and an intersection named for an 8-year-old boy killed by a stray bullet. 1,097 more words

Next Door, Yet Worlds Apart

Jason Andrew for The Wall Street Journal

Andre T. Mitchell drove down Sutter Avenue in East New York and pointed to some of the landmarks of the Brooklyn neighborhood: housing projects, a police station and an intersection named for an 8-year-old boy killed by a stray bullet. 1,098 more words

Next Door, Yet Worlds Apart

Jason Andrew for The Wall Street Journal

Andre T. Mitchell drove down Sutter Avenue in East New York and pointed to some of the landmarks of the Brooklyn neighborhood: housing projects, a police station and an intersection named for an 8-year-old boy killed by a stray bullet. 1,097 more words

Next Door, Yet Worlds Apart

Jason Andrew for The Wall Street Journal

Andre T. Mitchell drove down Sutter Avenue in East New York and pointed to some of the landmarks of the Brooklyn neighborhood: housing projects, a police station and an intersection named for an 8-year-old boy killed by a stray bullet. 1,097 more words

Next Door, Yet Worlds Apart

Jason Andrew for The Wall Street Journal

Andre T. Mitchell drove down Sutter Avenue in East New York and pointed to some of the landmarks of the Brooklyn neighborhood: housing projects, a police station and an intersection named for an 8-year-old boy killed by a stray bullet. 1,097 more words