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In Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood, gentrification is pushing out many Mexican-American residents. A photographer is trying to have an impact through his art.
Alzheimer's patients mentor medical students.
From racist skinhead leader to anti-racism activist.
Working Bikes keeps thousands of bikes out of landfills and sends them overseas.

Vietnam Vet Lon Hodge suffered from PTSD. A dog named Gander changed his life.

A three-acre nature center in one of Chicago’s toughest neighborhoods.  Michael and Amelia Howard built it from scratch with a lot of help from their neighbors.    

In prison for murder, Marshawn Feltus learned yoga. Now out, he teaches his neighbors.
A gang shooting ignites a community project.
How to make a classical musician: One hour before school. Two hours after school. Every day. Free. In a low income, mostly immigrant, school.