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While evidence of abuse of the disabled has piled up for decades, one for-profit company has used its deep pockets and influence to bully weak regulators and evade accountability

Written by Heather Vogell, Published by ProPublica December 10, 2015. This story was co-published with the New Republic.
Heather Vogell reports on schools for ProPublica. Previously, she reported on test cheating in public schools at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Her work resulted in indictments of the superintendent and 34 others

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El Salvador’s Young People Are Killing, Dying, and Running

Written by Danny Gold. Published by Vice News on November 27, 2015

Photo by Salvador Melendez/AP A family leave their community after gang threats

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Related: Wave of Unaccompanied Central American Migrant Kids Overwhelms US Holding Facilities

Related: Mexico Is Implementing New Measures to Curb Influx of US-Bound Central American Migrants

Related: Are El Salvador's Murderous Gangs the Voice of the Oppressed? They Think So

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Waging War: Gangs of El Salvador (Part 1)

Living In Fear: Gangs of El Salvador (Part 2)

One Day in Usulután: Gangs of El Salvador (Part 3)

Targeting The Young: Gangs of El Salvador (Part 4)

No End To The Bloodshed: Gangs of El Salvador (Part 5)

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How these kids are reclaiming their childhoods – by designing their own limbs with Lego

Written by Rachel Pott. Published by Collectively on 11-13-2015

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Disposable Children

Written by Paul Buchheit. Published on November 09, 2015 by Common Dreams

'For every two homeless children in 2007 there are now three,' explains Buchheit. 'There are 16 million children living on $5 a day for food. Half of America's public school kids qualify for subsidized lunches.' (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images)

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Tourists Are Unknowingly Contributing to Cambodia’s Rising Number of Orphanages

Almost 75 percent of kids in Cambodian orphanages are there because their families can’t afford to keep them at home.
From the series Take Part World on Nov 3, 2015 by Logan Connor is a Washington, D.C. based writer who specializes in politics and culture of the developing world. His writing has appeared in Southeast Asia Globe, the Washington Post and WorldView magazines.

Cambodian orphans pose for a photograph at a nongovernmental orphanage in Siem Reap, Cambodia. (Photo: Hong Wu/Getty Images)

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Take Part World in collaboration with Global Citizen

Dad turns son’s wheelchair into an out-of-this-world Star Wars-inspired Halloween costume

By Patricia Kozicka - Lifestyle and Special Projects Reporter for Global News

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Children of the Dust by John Pilger
As the Israeli army attempts to imprison an entire nation, it is the youngest who suffer most.
Half of all Palestinians killed in the past six years are children.

Bombs Falling/Nowhere To Go - A Gaza bombing Sound Collage by David Archer

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