Norman Cook


Norman Cook grew up in the area in the 1950s, and offers many insights about family and social life in the houses, laneways, and porches. He comments on a "United Nations" of young people eager for self-improvement, and their ways of navigating education, dating, gangs, and racism.

Audio: Eleanor interviews Norman Cook


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