Teens clean up the rubble in order to create a neighborhood garden.
One of the high school students told me she was going to be a dental assistant. The other two said they wanted to be models.
Mel Rosenthal in his old bedroom in the South Bronx
When I looked for her to give her the picture, her building had burned and she had moved
Storefronts on East 173rd Street. One with a German Shepard behind the roll-down gate.
Among the last residents, [an] African-American boy standing in rubble, his "neighborhood," with abandoned buildings in the background.
Doll laying in empty lot filled with rubble
South of Cross Bronx Expressway, decals belie the truth of destruction for suburban commuters.
Deserted, desolated buildings: "War Zone"
Mother and daughter pause in the ruins, which is still their home, Claremont Parkway.
Near Bathgate Avenue and East 173rd Street.
She had been left behind when her family and friends moved out of the neighborhood
South Bronx site of the 1980 "People's Convention" in opposition to the Democratic Party's nominating convention downtown
Large, four foot, poster on the side of a building.
African-American congregation in front of church.
Among the Last Residents, Mother and daughter, East 173rd Street
B & B Electronics Store Owner with children, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn
Girls posing in front of the Junior High School on Third Avenue
Venerable architecture of the period, slated for destruction, Bathgate Avenue and East 173rd Street
Among the Last Residents, their playground: Bathgate Avenue and East 173rd Street.