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My Economy

My Economy: Using grants to preserve moving image history

by Robert Garrova Apr 10, 2017
It’s Hannah Palin’s job to keep old films from decaying on the shelf.
"Kirks' Camera," 1976, opening sequence.
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My Economy

My Economy: Caring for seniors through art

by Robert Garrova Mar 23, 2017
Many of the caregivers in nursing homes can't afford health insurance, Martha Rast says.
 
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My Economy

My Economy: Learning a trade instead of taking on debt

by Robert Garrova Feb 28, 2017
John Williams decided to become a mechanic rather than going to school.
John Williams sought a job a that didn't need a degree and ended up working as a mechanic in the Bay Area.
Photo courtesy of John Williams
My Economy

My Economy: The expensive side of working gigs

by Robert Garrova Feb 16, 2017
A former engineer on why short-term jobs aren't just for millennials.
Co-working spaces like Cove in Washington, D.C.,  are growing as more people work the short-term jobs of the gig economy.
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My Economy

My Economy: Refugee says America is still 'the land of opportunity'

by Robert Garrova Feb 8, 2017
For the Ngalamulume family, the vetting process was difficult. But now two brothers are taking advantage of opportunities their parents never had.
Patrick Ngalamulume, left, and his brother George Ngalamulume are refugees from Zambia who immigrated to the U.S. in 2008.
Courtesy Patrick and George Ngalamulume
My Economy

My Economy: What it’s like to be the parent of a disabled child

by Robert Garrova and Bridget Bodnar Jan 9, 2017
Margaret Enos of Pennsylvania says it’s a full-time job.
Margaret Enos (L) and family.
Courtesy Margaret Enos
My Economy

My Economy: A Dreamer caught between DACA and what comes next

by Robert Garrova Dec 13, 2016
Kathia Garcia is able to work and support her family now, but worries about what might change under a Trump administration.
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My Economy

My Economy: Free college "changed my life"

by Amy Scott Nov 23, 2016
Mike Essl is fighting to bring back free tuition at New York's Cooper Union.
Mike Essl, a graduate and acting dean of the Cooper Union School of Art, bears a tattoo of the college's iconic Foundation Building.
Leo Sorel/Courtesy of The Cooper Union
My Economy

My Economy: How a single mom makes ends meet

by Vanessa Smith Oct 14, 2016
A low-wage worker shares her experience living paycheck to paycheck.
At $13 an hour, it's hard for Lydia Flores to support her family.
Alex Wong/Getty Images
My Economy

Your guide to the economies in Super Tuesday states

by Tony Wagner Feb 29, 2016
We called experts from all 11 states to get the lay of the land.
Heidi Nelson Cruz, wife of Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) waves on stage at Gilley's Dallas the day before Super Tuesday February 29, 2016 in Dallas, Texas. Candidates have spread themselves out over the U.S. in the lead up to Super Tuesday where twelve states will hold primary voting. 
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