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Hundreds of people have been shot and killed in the industrial corridors of Wilmington, California.
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“More workers have died from COVID-19 in the last 18 months in the meat and poultry industry, than died from all work-related causes in the industry in the past 15 years,” as one expert testified.
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The meatpacking plants have pulled in thousands of immigrant workers over the past two decades. They’re the economic center of the town, employing around 3,000 workers.
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This project was produced as part of the 2021 National Fellowship with USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism....
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Amner Martinez still doesn’t really know all the details from when his 74-year-old father Concepcion got really sick with COVID-19 near the beginning of the pandemic.
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This project was produced as part of the 2021 National Fellowship with USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism. Other stories by Natalie Krebs include: COVID struck the nation's meatpacking plants more than a year ago. But worker safety is still a contentious issue
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This project was produced as part of the 2021 National Fellowship with USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism. Other stories by Natalie Krebs include:
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“More workers have died from COVID-19 in the last 18 months in the meat and poultry industry, than died from all work-related causes in the industry in the past 15 years,” as one expert testified.
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The Kentucky rescue this week of a teenage girl asking for help through a hand signal tells “the amazing story of the power of a bystander,” a Covington violence prevention expert said during a Facebook Live event Thursday with The Enquirer.
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This story was produced as a project for the 2019 Impact Fund.

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