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Poets turn reporters to tell story of vulnerable citizens

  • Aired: 02/24/2014
  • 06:53
  • Rating: NR
It took months of digging through documents and interviewing sources for journalists at the Center for Investigative Reporting to flesh out myriad troubles at the housing authority in Richmond, Calif. But this investigation had a twist: three young poets from Richmond teamed up as part of the Off/Page Project to help report the reality for residents living in decrepit conditions.
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