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A Manila youth group maps its neighborhood to lobby for infrastructure

— Data Flow

07. Crowds Dispatches
Michael Jadulco was 17, living in a typhoon-ravaged squatter colony along Manila’s Pasig River, when the roof was ripped off his home. The National Housing Authority was demolishing his community. His family and thousands of others would be relocated to prefabricated, rural settlements more than two hours away.

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07. Crowds Dispatches