Fleeing Euclid


Everybody can jump of the wagon of great offense and get real with it ["New Black City," November 8]. I am a black living in Euclid for the last 17 years. I live in the Heritage Park neighborhood. When I moved here is it was nice and white. Does one have to do with the other? Who knows? But what I can tell you is that it is now bleak and black. Again, does one have to do with another? Who knows? All I know is that I'm ready to flee. Lake County, watch out, cause here I come. Sadie Euclid

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