Delmar Boulevard divides rich and poor, white and minority populations.
Damien Carter, 24, foreground, hangs out with friends on North Euclid Avenue, two blocks north of Delmar Boulevard in St. Louis on Aug. 21. Delmar, which spans the city from east to west, acts as a racial/economic dividing line. Carter, paralyzed two years ago in a shooting in his neighborhood, said, “It’s a different world over there [to the south], two different sides. . . . They call this the bad part and the other side the good part." Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post
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