Olufemi Olulenu smiles while talking to a reporter from The State about the Martin Luther King neighborhood. Olulenu bought his house in 1995 for $11,000 dollars. The traditionally black neighborhood has seen an influx of University of South Carolina students moving into the neighborhood. Oluleno worries about their safety coming back into the neighborhood from drinking all night.
Olufemi Olulenu smiles while talking to a reporter from The State about the Martin Luther King neighborhood. Olulenu bought his house in 1995 for $11,000 dollars. The traditionally black neighborhood has seen an influx of University of South Carolina students moving into the neighborhood. Oluleno worries about their safety coming back into the neighborhood from drinking all night. Gavin McIntyre gmcintyre@thestate.com
Olufemi Olulenu smiles while talking to a reporter from The State about the Martin Luther King neighborhood. Olulenu bought his house in 1995 for $11,000 dollars. The traditionally black neighborhood has seen an influx of University of South Carolina students moving into the neighborhood. Oluleno worries about their safety coming back into the neighborhood from drinking all night. Gavin McIntyre gmcintyre@thestate.com

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