Gentrification means different things to different people. For Mike Tyson, Brownsville no longer resembles the neighborhood he remembers growing up in and that makes him sad: “This white woman come up, and I’m thinking, Wow. When I was a kid, she would’ve been robbed and raped and left for dead. This is a real strange scenario, and I just wanted to cry. I’m like, ‘Who am I? Where’s my heritage?'” |Details|