The Cincinnati Enquirer’s harrowing chronicle of an ordinary week at the height of the heroin epidemic.
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What is it like to be 14 years old and living in three of Cincinnati’s roughest neighborhoods? Cincinnati Enquirer reporter Krista Ramsey and photographer Cara Owsley talked to 14 teens to get their perspectives. Here is Jalen Owensby, who has routinely experienced violence in her family: “My uncle came and picked up my cousin and […]
The standard of care for decades for children who had suffered a loss did not help. Thinking it was best, adults urged children to move past their loss as quickly as possible. Mourning was broken. “Children have always been the forgotten grievers,” said Andy McNiel, executive director of the National Alliance for Grieving Children. “The […]