Radio Rookies 6-week Multimedia Workshop in collaboration with the youth photography program NYC Salt and Mapping Main Street.
JR Cortez lives in chronic pain on Roosevelt Island. Short Wave Radio Rookies Maire Mendoza, Mary Lopez and Devin Osorio help him tell his story.
Great Job Radio Rookies for letting the people noe about him =)
I really feel bad about JR Cortez because his family always put him down and he is in the hospital injured =(
mr bassett i feel verry sad about JR because the medicine are not helping hi. I also feel bad because JR want's to sucide. I wish i could've hrlped him if i was on Roosevelt Island.
i love this story!!!!i wish i could help him,but i am 12 years old!!and i don't have job,that's y i can't help u,but i hope some body will come and help this brother.the story who make that...super job.
Amazing job guys, very powerful story and beautiful pics! Well done
Great job on this story NYCSalt students, I'm proud to have met you all. Devin, keep those batteries charged and keep shoot.:)
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