Loretta A. Ragsdell asks:

Tatyana Jakes

“My greatest is to walk across a big street because I am afraid I might get hit by a car. I have never been hit by a car, but my sister’s dad got hit by a car and he died. He never got to see her because she was still in my mother’s womb.”

Tekta Williams

“My greatest fear is losing one of my children to a bad neighborhood or a senior citizen. Nothing has ever happened to either of my two children, and I am blessed.”

Melvin Harris

“Not having a job. I have been unemployed for about a year. I am making through with the help of family and friends. I’d like a job with the city or streets and sanitation.”

Arthur Dudley

“My greatest fear in life, right now, with the election and stuff going on right now is that there will be no kind of medical insurance or supplies to take care of people who can’t afford it. There are a lot of people out here that need medical care that can’t afford it.”

Barbara Douglas

“My greatest fear in life is the crime that’s out on the streets. I have young nephews that’s coming up, and the crime is getting ridiculous.”

Phillip Mitchem

“I am afraid of a burglar, of somebody breaking in my house. One time, I was at my barbershop and they got robbed. They took all the TVs from the wall and they took all the clippers and stuff.”