At a newspaper in Boyle Heights, teenagers learn about their community — and themselves – Los Angeles Times

Diego Flores went door to door. 

But nobody, it seemed, wanted to speak to a journalist. 

“Maybe I can leave my number for your manager and he can call me?” he asked one shopkeeper. 

“What if I set up an appointment and return?” he asked another.


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