Stories of 280

The following works of art work cerated by Lead Artist Mike Malbrough in response to some of the stories gathered. They will be on display throughout the township as part of our final work for the project. Click "The Story" to read the narrative behind the art. Click any of the images to view them in a gallery format.
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“I would sneak upstairs to play bingo with my Aunt Lizzie since hers was on the only room with air conditioning” – Don Dorflinger
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“Misfits and malcontents are the hope of the world” – Bob Slater
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“We would go pick the chestnuts and we made necklaces with them” – Debbie Gallo
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“Every Saturday we would roller skate to the movies” – Fran McClain
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“You’d come down Hickory Street and look at the back of them buildings and see nothing but tin tubs” – Mildred Harris
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“I’d be so tired after playing basketball and running around with the kids that I’d be home asleep” – Gordon Roberts
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“280 destroyed our community. Point blank.” – Walter Preston
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“They did it unto the least of these” – Ernie Thompson, Homeboy Came to Orange.
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"A code is broken. "
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“Orange is on the verge of exploding”