The Monroe Police Station will be one of my first stops on my list for my visit to the Whiteaker this weekend.
The question seems to be somewhat simple to answer. How far have I progressed? The Whiteaker neighborhood still holds quite the struggle for me in the department of drug abuse. With that being said, this weekend should be a bit of a task for me, as I plan to go to some of the major businesses, as well as the Monroe Police Station, in hopes of some kind of comment. I do have a previous interview by Kristie Munro (owner of GlassRoots; pictured as The Glass Menagerie) that would help a lot to branch off in a multitude of questions for my other interviews. I will be using Munro’s statement as a way to begin
The new name for the Glass Menagerie will now be GlassRoots
Maybe I’ll take a spin on this project, and focus more on the outsiders; the people who see the drug abuse taking place, and are hoping to somehow help to fix the neighborhood’s problem. Why? This is because talking to a person who knows first-hand seems to be a lot more difficult, as people refuse to talk.
Maybe I'll take a spin on this project, and focus more on the outsiders; the people who see the drug abuse taking place, and hope to fix the neighborhood's problem.
So, I’ll be out in the Whiteaker this weekend, in hopes of a great outcome. Maybe sometime soon, I’ll get the information I need to further my learning and experience on the drug use in this Eugene area neighborhood.
By: Petra Chung