Clifford Johnson Interview, 14 April 2010

Clifford Johnson, Jr. manages an apartment building on East 139th Street where he and his partner (Mr. Kidd) hopes to install a garden. Clifford has lived in the neighborhood foe seven years. The neighborhood is occupied by drug dealers and the community has a “turn your head the other way” mentality. He is hoping the installation of a garden will have a snowball effect in the community and will make other people follow suit.

Participants: Johnson Jr. , Clifford (interviewee) / Profit, Milton Jr. (interviewer)
Collection: Re-Imagining Cleveland
Institutional Repository: Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

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