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Mon November 25, 2013
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Has State of Opportunity's reporting raised your awareness about the issues impacting Michigan's kids and whether they get a fair shot at life?
Did Sarah Alvarez's series from Stockbridge, and the voices of the high school youth journalists, make you act on helping kids in a rural community?
Maybe Dustin Dwyer's reporting from Muskegeon on local hero Carmesha Rogers---remember her? She took a bullet and saved three kids?---made you think, "I could help her, those kids, or my community"?
Has our regular series, Gap Watch, gotten you out of your chair to do something about making things more equal for someone else?
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