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Further coverage of undocumented youth

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City Weekly’s latest cover story, “Tainted Saint,” is the fourth in a series about gang members and at-risk-youth counselors who met at the Midvale Boys & Girls Club between 2001 and 2004.

Members Only, March 2006: With Walter Hunter long gone from the Boys & Girls Club, who’s got these kids’ back?

Far From Home, December 2007: Some young Mexican artists find a place for themselves in choreographer Charlotte Boye-Christensen’s Lost.

Dead End, November 2010: The one life anti-gang activist Jose Hernandez couldn’t save was his own.

Since Sonia Orozco was arrested in September, more undocumented Latinos have come forward as victims. Senior staff writer Stephen Dark tells the story of two of them in Mothers' Love.

Read Dark's reflections on working with Sonia and the aftermath of her alleged betrayals in Sonia Orozco: A Reporter's View.

Read an update on Jesus Silva, who featured prominently in "Tainted Saint."


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