From the Wall Street Journal: A tour of Yuleima Peñaloza's apartment in a Caracas-area slum helps explain the strategy.
One evening, they found Sanjay and his friends “conferring” with two women in a hotel room near the slum.
In April of 1976, bulldozers began appearing outside the slum.
In 2008, the first Pacifying Police Unit (UPP) was implemented in the Santa Marta slum in Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro.
With a group of young men in the slum he formed Rock Angels, a drag act performing dance, music and drama.
Rowley, as no doubt you've heard, has just accepted a slum parish in Shoreditch.
I got out of the brougham and ran through a slum, or I'd have lost my train.
The crowding of slum areas by "lodgers" is as grave an evil.
slum slid from the bar to the ground, and his deep-set eyes were smiling again.
From the standpoint of simple decency and clean manhood and womanhood, any mean street, of all its mean streets, is a slum.
1845, from back slum "dirty back alley of a city, street of poor or low people" (1825), originally a slang or cant word meaning "room," especially "back room" (1812), of unknown origin, pastime popularized by East End novels. Related: slums. Slumscape is from 1947.
"visit slums of a city," especially for diversion or amusement, often under guise of philanthropy, 1884, from slum (n.). Pastime popularized by East End novels. Earlier it meant to visit slums for disreputable purposes or in search of vice (1860). Related: Slumming.
To visit places or consort with persons below one's place or dignity; mix with one's inferiors: So we went slumming over in Philadelphia
[1884+; fr slum, ''wretched poor area,'' origin unknown]
Any inferior and esp unidentifiable food or drink; a nasty nameless stew;slop
[1847+;origin unknown; perhaps a vaguely echoic denigrating coinage related to slum1]