From the brick stoop of his white two-story house on the corner of Scott and Dubois on Detroit's northeast side, Pleas Taylor used to look out at the skeletons of burned-out, crumbling houses, hollow trees, and waist-high weeds that snared plastic bags and provided too much cover. The vacant houses "were too available to drug addicts and prostitutes. And you were always afraid kids would get abducted," says Taylor, taking a drag of his cigarette. "You can't supply a place for ignorance to hide."
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