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Jenny Jarvie

Jenny Jarvie is a national reporter for the Los Angeles Times based in Atlanta, where she covers stories on politics, culture, race, immigration and poverty. She has written from the South for a range of publications, including the Los Angeles Times, the New Republic, Atlantic’s CityLab, ArtsATL and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Raised in England and Italy, Jarvie studied English literature and philosophy at the University of Glasgow in Scotland and began her journalism career at the Daily Telegraph in London.
After a casino boom, a Mississippi county deals with a reversal of fortune

In its heyday, Tunica was one of the nation’s biggest gambling meccas, ranking third after Las Vegas and Atlantic City. But casino revenue has plummeted in the last decade as major casino markets have exploded across the nation. Tunica casinos now employ less than a third than at their peak.

Después de años bajo tierra, un minero de Kentucky con enfermedad del pulmón negro se enfrenta al futuro

Cuando Danny Fouts era un hombre joven, su papá le advirtió sobre los peligros de trabajar largas horas en las minas.

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