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Small Dreams: Mental Illness and Primary Care

Modesto Bee/CHCF Center for Health Reporting

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Produced by: Lauren M. Whaley

Matt Freitas, nurse practitioner, treats people with mental illness, including his daughter, who has schizophrenia. The number of patients seeking treatment for mental illness has tripled over the past three years, Freitas says. Photography, audio and production by Lauren M. Whaley, CHCF Center for Health Reporting. More…


Bright Brass: The Congolese Street Brass Band

The Guardian

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Produced by: Rachel Corner, Laurens Nijzink

How a group of street children formed a brass band in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. More…


Powering a Nation: An Inuit Village Loses Its Land

News21: North Carolina

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Produced by: Anna York, Harvard, and Phil Daquila, UNC

News21 reporter Anna York traveled to Newtok, Alaska, to see how the rising sea threatens an American culture. Accompanied by photographer Phil Daquila, her story explores villagers losing their way of life -- and their land. The project received an NPPA monthly award and has been featured on 32 Gannett Web sites, on their climate change special reports. This project is supported by the Carnegie Corp. and Knight Foundation. More…


The Gangs of Rio

The New Yorker

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Produced by: Jon Lee Anderson, João Pina

Jon Lee Anderson writes about gangs in the favelas, or shantytowns, of Rio de Janeiro. In this audio slide show, Anderson discusses how the gangs operate and what local police have done to curb the illegal drug trade. More…


Behind the Veil: An Intimate Journey Into the Lives of Kandahar's Women

The Globe and Mail

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Produced by: Reported by Jessica Leeder, Principal Photography by Paula Lerner, Interactive Design by Chris Manza, Video Production by Jayson Taylor and Jessica Leeder, Video Editing by Jayson Taylor

As the debate about Afghanistan persists, one set of voices is rarely heard: that of Afghan women. In its multifaceted project, "Behind The Veil", the Toronto Globe and Mail offers an unprecedented, honest look at life behind the veil for women from all walks of life in Kandahar, one of Afghanistan's most dangerous cities. On Saturday, September 19th, the Globe and Mail began to publish a six-part series of multimedia presentations online, in-paper features, web photo galleries, live online discussions and more. More…


Revisiting the South Bronx, 35 Millimeters at a Time

The New York Times

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Produced by: David Gonzalez, Alexis Mainland, Meaghan Looram

Thirty years ago, a Bronx native returned home and photographed the ruins of his borough. As he revisits his pictures, he sees much more than the notorious rubble. More…


Scenes From a Raid

The New York Times

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Produced by: Michael Kamber, James Dao, Amy O'Leary, Jeff Delviscio

U.S. soldiers and Afghan security forces conducted a raid on homes in eastern Afghanistan. More…


An Ancient Society Faces New Change in Brazil

The New York Times

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Produced by: Damon Winter, Jeffery DelViscio, Judy Tong, Maggie Fazeli Fard

As climate change reaches deep in the Amazon, the Kamayura indians struggle to adjust. More…


Waiting Topless

The Sunday Best

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Produced by: Natalie Conn, Peter Smith, Briget Ganske

When the Grand View Topless Coffee shop in Vassalboro opened in February 2009, Lisa Beaudreau and Star Cunningham both found jobs there. "Yes, I am a topless waitress, but I'm just a regular normal person in society," Cunningham says. "I honestly don't think in this economy right that there is a job out there that would pay roughly the same." In June, the shop burned down in a suspected arson and reopened in tent‎. More…


Promise and Peril in South L.A.

Los Angeles Times

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Produced by: Sean Connelley, Stephanie Ferrell, Alan Hagman, Thomas Suh Lauder, Michael McGehee, Katy Newton, Ben Welsh, Scott Gold, MIchael Robinson Chavez

In a long-troubled pocket of South Los Angeles, gang violence is declining, a wave of construction is underway and social services are expanding. But police and residents know the tide could turn at any time. More…