Buttercups and strong boys: a sojourn at the Golden Gloves
Boxing has long been the ticket of departure for youngsters in places like the South Bronx and Harlem. Journalist William Plummer spent a year in the East Harlem gym of Mickey and Negra Rosario and here chronicles his observations and experiences during a season of boxing.
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