Babylon's quiet refuge: Southards Pon...

Babylon's quiet refuge: Southards Pond Park

There are 21 comments on the Newsday story from Jun 29, 2008, titled Babylon's quiet refuge: Southards Pond Park. In it, Newsday reports that:

It's where the mayor is among the many who trout-fish; where a professional photographer who travels the continent to capture wildlife photographs now takes his camera when he is at home; where equestrians from ...

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Christine

Melville, NY

#22 Jul 14, 2014
yep wrote:
<quoted text>Omg yes where the hell are they coming from! It used to be a park where you would just walk around and bring the kids to the park! Now it's blankets and radios i was really shocked!
Aw...white person afraid of their privileged bubble being popped?

Why don't you talk to people? Get to know their stories. Confront your own shame and racism and start behaving like a human being.

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