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Photojournalist David Gross hatched a plan to crowdfund a project in which he'd photograph and offer art therapy to Syrian refugee children. It did not go as planned. Here he shares some of the lessons he learned along the way, and the images he captured.
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Photojournalist Pauline Lubens was 54 when she left the San Jose Mercury News to go back to school. Now, she's earned her masters degree in public health — and she's ecstatic.

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