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A WEEK ON LYNDHURST STREET

Keeping the light aflame

Some say campaign's effects fleeting

The Rev. Bruce Wall (center, white shirt) joined hands with politicians, law officers, and community activists on a walk in Codman Square this week. At right, Monique wept as she spoke with Wall on Monday. The 23-year-old declined to give her last name.
The Rev. Bruce Wall (center, white shirt) joined hands with politicians, law officers, and community activists on a walk in Codman Square this week. At right, Monique wept as she spoke with Wall on Monday. The 23-year-old declined to give her last name. (Globe Staff Photos / Dina Rudick) Globe Staff Photos / Dina Rudick
By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / August 6, 2005

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At the beginning of the Rev. Bruce Wall's weeklong occupation of Lyndhurst Street, he and six followers did exactly what they had set out to do: They tried to confront the bands of dope dealers, prostitutes, and other young people who were hanging out at night on the street corner that some residents call the Hell Zone. (Full article: 758 words)

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