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During the first half of the 1900s, no matter who you were, to be sick and out of work was to have no income, no insurance, no hospitalization and, if the illness was serious, a good chance of dying. In Kensington, religious groups, social agencies and political movements all worked to help individuals and change society. They would pave the way for public health and welfare programs. Photo of the young people in the TNT (Toronto Negro Trumpeters) lead Parade. At the height of their success, they had about one hundred members.
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