How some veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are helping turn around a drug-infested neighborhood of Baltimore – and themselves.
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Global conflict and recession chip away at America’s ability to protect the huddled masses it has rescued. Some go homeless, some even return to war zones to make a living.
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Neema John survived genocide and rape, but can she beat the red tape to be reunited with her family in Atlanta?
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Once filled with hate, radio now spins Kenny Rodgers.
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One year later, a 9/11 widow struggles with the publicness of her family’s loss.
Continue reading “She doesn’t want to share her grief with a nation”