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As Christmas comes to an end and we bring in the new year, I wanted to take the time to look at what the fine people of the east side have to be thankful for. Grants, donations, and volunteers are a good start but we need more than solutions by day and ignorance at night. From my experience of growing up in the east side and my continued effort to work with this community, the kids in this area are extremely thankful for the few things they do have. I know I will be weary to let my kids play in the front yard, when frequent sounds of gunshots seem to be the soundtrack to the everyday life in the east side of Pueblo, Colorado.
They are both deserving of a chance to better themselves but for some escaping family life is more important than school, or staying out of trouble. Though it might be hard to find, families are providing for their kids and most of the hard work is going on inside of the homes. While some may look down on these families, working to provide for your kids at all costs, is a east side trait and one instilled in many of these families.
Children in these families study at home with little or no help. To keep busy, they find things to do around the house. While young, they still make the decision to stay off the streets and do positive things, it just goes unnoticed by us. After months, he showed up one day to and tried to fight a staff member. Once again he was asked to leave until he would be willing to sit down and talk.
Well, that day never came. Last I seen him he was running drugs and hangs around older gang members. In the forgotten place that our community calls home, the east side is finally seeing some light at the end of the tunnel.
Slowly, but surely, some positive changes are coming to this side of town. We now have a library to entertain these young minds, we have a new skate park to keep our kids off of the streets and El Centro is going through some renovations that will provide our kids with some much needed resources. This is the type of hope our kids need and maybe now they stand a chance. But many of these changes cannot address the larger problem of why life is hard on the east side.