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Camden, NJ

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Published on Feb 12, 2010

One of New Jersey's most notorious ghettos.

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domonique barr
i live here and im proud killing stereotypers in the 7th grade
Mr_Pass
This happened to my city of Rochester, NY. Businesses moved out, the economy became depressed, corrupted politicians, gangs etc. Most of these folks don't want to live here and want to get out. I hope our cities come back some day.. No one deserves this.
Mr_Pass
Funny thing is that we rebuild Japan in WWII but completely forget about our own cities. Horrible.
Datura
Its sad that the government can allow such a level of decay in this city. With time, patience, and renovation it could turn into something better... 
RIPLemmyKilmister
@therapphenomonon Germany and Greece are not dirty ghetto shithole succumbs and actually reside people with intelligence.
Greencloud8
I just showed my grandma this video she lived in Camden briefly in 1945......She said yep yep its not nice anymore
Anthony Dennis
bmore, philly, camden iz all da same shyt..row houses poverty and drugs..OH YEA AND BIG ASS GUNZ
Richard Rabinowitz
Striking how many of those image show an abandoned building next to neatly kept-up ones. There are also numerous places where beautiful trees and grass grow. 
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Eddie Last
On the vacant land industrial hemp could be planted and be made into thousands of usefull products. Repeal the prohibition of industrial hemp! Get the corruption out or Camden's government too!
Eddie Last
Deindustrialization
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