What neighborhoods/cities does the narrator live in in The Other Wes Moore?

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According to the text, Wes (the narrator) spent his early childhood years in a home located on the border of Maryland and Washington, DC. He lived there with his parents and sisters, Nikki and Shani, until the untimely death of his father.

After Wes's father died, the rest of the family moved to the Bronx to live with Wes's maternal grandparents. Wes's grandparents were originally from Jamaica.

In the Bronx, Wes attended an affluent private school called the Riverdale Country School. It was the same school John F. Kennedy attended as a child.

The ambiance of the school differed from that of Wes's Bronx neighborhood. Riverdale was...

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