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An Organic and Unfiltered Podcast by Youth

An Organic and Unfiltered Podcast by Youth When we started this project, our goal was to produce a six-episode podcast to be an audio version of the articles. Along the way, however, we realized it was profoundly moving and educational to hear the testimonies of the young people of color who were interviewed for the…

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Critics say Pennsylvania school funding does real damage to children

Critics say Pennsylvania school funding does real damage to children Norristown, Pottstown prime examples of state’s inequities in case before the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court. By EMMA RESTREPO |PUBLISHED: February 4, 2022 at 8:08 p.m. | UPDATED: February 4, 2022 at 8:43 p.m. EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of four articles written for the disParities…

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Neighboring districts show funding disparities

Neighboring districts show funding disparities Minority schools suffer worst gaps, have least opportunities By EMMA RESTREPO |PUBLISHED: February 10, 2022 at 2:53 p.m. | UPDATED: February 12, 2022 at 7:08 p.m. Editor’s Note: This is the second of four articles written by Emma Restrepo, reporter for the disParities Media Project of Children First. Pottstown and…

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Staff diversity in schools can help students of color

Staff diversity in schools can help students of color By EMMA RESTREPO |PUBLISHED: February 16, 2022 at 5:47 a.m. | UPDATED: February 18, 2022 at 9:14 p.m. Editor’s Note: This is the third of four articles written by Emma Restrepo, reporter for the disParities Media Project of Children First. NORRISTOWN — Christopher Jaramillo, 28, is…

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Inequity also found on the path to college

Inequity also found on the path to college Students in under-funded districts don’t get same college readiness resources as wealthier districts By EMMA RESTREPO |February 27, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. Editor’s Note: This is the fourth of four articles written by Emma Restrepo, reporter for the disParities Media Project of Children First. Ivianna Littles graduated…

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WHYY’s N.I.C.E. partnership amplifies underrepresented community voices

There’s nothing like talking to people who are rooted in their neighborhood. It’s like sitting on the stoop with them or being led to their favorite places and getting the inside scoop on what matters in their community. WHYY’s N.I.C.E. partnership brings together the voices of people throughout Philadelphia that don’t often get amplified in…

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La Ruta 47 WHYY Plan Philly – Transcultural Journalism Project

Esta serie ha sido quizás, de lo mas satisfactorio en mi vida. Tuve esta idea de tomar la Ruta del bus 47 de SEPTA, para contar historias de la comunidad latina. Este es el resultado:

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Cuatro jóvenes hablan sobre movilidad económica o como diríamos en Latinoamérica, pobreza

Esta es una seria de cuadro videos de no más de cinco minutos. Un trabajo colaborativo de Emma Restrepo y Edwin Lopez. Esta serie hace parte de Resolve – Collaborative Project – Broke in Philly.

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Encarcelación masiva y el regreso de los jóvenes LatinX encarcelados de por vida

CHANGE: Expanding the Concept of Justice in America SYNOPSIS In 2012 United States Supreme Court held that mandatory sentences of life without parole are unconstitutional when the offender is a juvenile. If granted, the offender will have a re-sentencing hearing. Emma Restrepo, co-producer of the film, and in charge of reporting, in collaboration with Director…

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La paradoja de los Latinx sin casa

Terminando la maestría de Comunicación y Cambio Social en Temple University y siendo parte del BrokeInPhilly, le propuse este tema de La Paradoja de los Latinx Indigentes en la ciudad de Philadelphia a Jean Friedman, co-excecutive director de Resolve. Ella nos conectó a Julia Terruso del Inquirer y a mi para trabajar el tema juntas….

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