Article written by Erica Peterson for WFPL. Find the original article here.
Eboni Cochran says there’s a lot to like about her neighborhood in Louisville’s West End.
“You make a right and you will hit lots of green space, beautiful parkway with beautiful tall trees, with nice houses,” she says.
Cochran is a leader with a volunteer group called REACT: Rubbertown Emergency ACTion.
“But then to the left, you are going to run into lots of railroad tracks, you’re going to see railcars that are parked behind trees throughout your little route. And on the right you’re going to start seeing the beginnings of Rubbertown, chemical plants.”
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