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Continued: May 3: St. Paul's Promise Neighborhood promotes achievement through support

  • Article by: ANTHONY LONETREE , Star Tribune
  • Last update: June 20, 2014 - 10:04 PM

If there is anything universal to be gleaned from the work, any big lesson to be learned from those facing crisis, according to James and Perkins, it’s that you’re not alone. Others have weathered it before you. It’s up to you to find the way out for your family, they agree.

“If we don’t build our children, we don’t build our families,” James said. “And if we don’t build our families, we don’t build our community.”

 

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  • At right, Dominiques Perkins, a single mother of four and resident of St. Paul’s Promise Neighborhood, said she has experienced much self-improvement under the guidance of community navigator Pam James.

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