On a uniquely beautiful August day in San Francisco, a handful of community , government, job training groups and neighborhood volunteers joined to tackle the grit on the urban face of the 5th district.
Festooned with rakes, brooms, shovels and garbage bags, over 300 people fanned across the widely dispersed neighborhoods of the most socially and economically diverse District 5. Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi was on hand to celebrate and put some muscle in. A number of interviews help show the varying community threads that make up the fabric of San Francisco.
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