The Marietta Daily Journal published an editorial on the event that hilariously pointed out the Orange Crush event (let’s be honest: it’s an all-Black event) produced far more trash than events — such as fireworks — that are an order of magnitude larger in crowd size.
Toronto had to move Caribana down to Lakeshore where no one else could see the mess, because one parade left University Avenue looking post-apocalyptic.
I stepped out of the Osgoode subway station the morning after Caribana once and found myself ankle-deep in cardboard pizza slicer holders and giant drink cups. The garbage was deeper than some of the snow falls we get.
Do ghetto people notice how much cleaner other communities are, and do they think it just happens?
How can I implore my neighbors to keep the place clean and chicken bone free without feeling like I’m betraying some black chicken brotherhood?