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Living in Pain on Roosevelt Island

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Thursday, November 18, 2010

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.

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Rookie Reporter Mary Lopez, Rookie Reporter Maire Mendoza and Rookie Reporter Devin Osorio
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Comments [7]

Vince Valdez from New York City

Great Job Radio Rookies for letting the people noe about him =)

Mar. 03 2011 07:45 PM
Vince Valdez from New York

I really feel bad about JR Cortez because his family always put him down and he is in the hospital injured =(

Mar. 03 2011 07:38 PM
tenzin longten from tenzin longten from nyc

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.

Mar. 03 2011 06:45 PM
karma dhakpa from new york city

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.

Mar. 02 2011 07:12 PM
Chris from London

Amazing job guys, very powerful story and beautiful pics! Well done

Dec. 02 2010 04:49 PM
Chris from London

Amazing job guys, very powerful story and beautiful pics! Well done

Dec. 02 2010 04:49 PM
Scott from Chicago

Great job on this story NYCSalt students, I'm proud to have met you all. Devin, keep those batteries charged and keep shoot.:)

Nov. 26 2010 11:00 AM

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