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Written by on September 2, 2015

The Games That Mark Our Lives

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  We are a city of neighborhoods. Yet, those are always changing and filled with arrivals and departures. This is true in Brighton Park, where the homes and streets have witnessed the march of one group after another. Today, its heart and soul is Latino but even more so the focus in on the young […]

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Written by on August 19, 2015

Storytelling that matters

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When he was a younger man, the talk on the street, at the barbershop, at the basketball court and almost everywhere always grabbed Frank Latin. It was the news the neighborhood cared about. So he listened and he joined in. Not too long ago, Latin found himself joining in even more than he ever imagined. […]

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Written by on August 12, 2015

Was Your Migration Worth It – A Question for For Ever and For all

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migrar (link here for a short video) They remember the minute they arrived. But they also remember why they came and why and how their lives have changed. They talk about the frustrations, loneliness, isolation. But also they speak about new chances, new lives, new doors that wouldn’t have opened for them. They are stories of […]

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Written by on June 14, 2015

Covering Ferguson up close

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    In times of tragedy, we search for news we trust: news that tells us what’s happening and what it means to us . In Ferguson, Mo. journalists from everywhere are trying to give us this news. But there is a difference in the news that comes from the people who live up front […]

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Written by on August 20, 2014