Safe Streets

OPINION: Saving Children’s Lives Should Not Be Open to Debate

Apolline Mong-Guillemin led a short life — just three months. But her life, which ended because it’s too easy for reckless drivers to kill pedestrians in this city, must have a greater purpose.

The short life of Baby Apolline is a tragedy in the classic literary sense: An ending that was ostensibly pre-ordained by fate — in this case, the fate we all face every day because of decisions made by our city government to prioritize the movement of people in cars over the movement of everyone else.

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