The TV show "The Wire" depicts projects in season one.
Chicago's Cabrini Green, the "Reds" housing district
Tha Barry Farms Projects
Robert Taylor Homes
My definition for projects is the trap, a struggle, livin pay check to paycheck, tryin to make it out of there. Goverment owned so they can tell you to get out at anytime. Fighting to stay alive. Pretending to be blinde because if you see something you not suposed to all you can do is turn your head and not say shit. A lot of funerals, nobody cares, hustlin to make a living, and depressing.
I'm from caliope projects and the best thing that ever happened to me in the projects was gettin out.
I was in the Skeena projects the other day, and I saw these kids with a pool in there front walk way. They had a hose attached to there washing machine on the inside of the house and they were putting hot water in the pool.
If you have love for the projects, the projects will have love for you.
projects:- People Relying On Just Enough Cash To Survive.
Usually the leaset econommically advantageous people will live in the projects. Projects lead to many things such as crime as a resort.
2. (n.pl.) Government subsidized housing for low income families (see projects)
3. (n.) Someone one card short of a deck, or who is socially a little awkward.
2. Seemingly safe Atlanta's high crime rate is usually attributed to the extremely high concentration of crime in the projects.
3. You know that Pete still wears shorts when it's snowing outside? That guy's a real project...