This is how we take care of our own in The Bronx.
After a night of chaos and mayhem in The Bronx on Monday night as hundreds of people looted and destroyed businesses along Fordham Road, an equal number of not larger of residents arrived yesterday morning to clean up the area.
They were from all walks of life coming together in the true sprit of Bronx unity and solidarity.
But if you’re from The Bronx or are familiar with our borough, then you know that this isn’t a surprise because it’s what we’ve done for decades.
Our communities rebuilt themselves and they can help rebuild these businesses.
But one thing that can’t be rebuilt are all the Black lives lost. Prioritize what you’re upset about.
Watch the PIX11 News video below:
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