No one but the local hookers cared when Cynthia Nibbelink-Worley started puttering in a vacant Harlem lot back in 1985. The ladies who'd been turning tricks in an abandoned camper on 122nd Street were less than enchanted to see Nibbelink-Worley arrive. But Nibbelink-Worley and 91-year-old neighbor Joseph Wilson took their chances with disgruntled prostitutes and got a $100 Harlem YMCA grant to transform the area from a museum of broken glass, animal carcasses, and dead... More >>>