Do Neighbors Still Have Block Parties?

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      Here is a question I’ve had for a while that may partially explain the lack of empathy today. Back in the 1980s, in DC, folks used to block off  either end of the street, and share food and smiles for a few hours with all of the neighbors.  Is that common, still?  

 This might help building understanding, maybe?


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