Connor, who is an educator and joined R.I.G.H.T. in 1998, says the organization provides “great fun to be out in the neighborhood, and meet all the residents, kids …”
“My personal feeling is that you need to know the people you live with, to be engaged with and look out for them and they will for you,” Connor said. “When you build a neighborhood you’re going to inherently care about each other. This is what R.I.G.H.T.’s trying to do.”
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