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DACA: A personal view from here to Washington

Rapid Growth's Publisher Tommy Allen sat down to speak with two Dreamers whose lives will be upended along with the estimated 800,000 other Dreamers if DACA is not renewed. 

Angie Wasserman-Nelund and Troy Wasserman.

Living history: Wasserman's Flowers & Gifts is a story about Muskegon's past and future

The Wasserman family and their flower shop have been an integral part of Muskegon for 137 years, and the city's oldest family-owned business weaves a narrative about the history, present and future of Muskegon—about the determination, joy, hardships, and perseverance of its people.

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Dominga Lucas-Pérez: Raising up indigenous voices of persistence on Grandville Avenue

Dominga Lucas-Pérez is a member of the community on Grandville Avenue. Here we highlight the voices of indigenous members of the community who face greater barriers at accessing basic needs due to a lack of resources in their primary language.

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Dismantling racism: the fight for immigration reform

Here we explore the story of Juan Fernando Delgado, a young resident of Grandville Avenue and DACA recipient, and what it means to navigate access to education, resources, and basic needs as an undocumented immigrant. 

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Combatiendo el racismo: la pelea a favor de una reforma migratoria

Aqui relatamos la historia de Juan Fernando Delgado, un joven viviendo en la avenida Grandville con permiso DACA, y lo que significa aceder una educacion, recursos y necesidades basicas como inmigrante sin estatus inmigatorio. 
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