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Mauro Whiteman

Video Producer

mwhiteman@nationaljournal.com

Mauro Whiteman is a video producer for National Journal. Prior to joining National Journal, he has worked for various news outlets, including Reuters, the Associated Press, News21, and the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting. Mauro is a graduate of Arizona State University. He hails from Great Falls, Montana.

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Historic Atlanta Is Dead. Can These Young Creatives Revive It?

They're bringing performance art and lofty urban planning to a forgotten part of the city—and it might revitalize the old downtown.

Atlanta's Own High Line May Finally Erase Some Racial Divisions

The 22-mile BeltLine paved over railroad tracks that separated dozens of Atlanta neighborhoods and that shaped racial and economic inequality for over a century.

Raising a Daughter in a Detroit Squatting Community

These mostly white squatters have set up "Fireweed Universe City" in abandoned homes throughout a historically black neighborhood.

The Detroit Entrepreneurs You Never Hear About

White millionaires are remaking downtown Detroit. But these small businesses are opening in the struggling neighborhoods where people live. 

Watch Six Months of Rain and Snowfall Across the World

NASA satellite data could help predict cyclones, hurricanes, and tropical storms.

America's Largest Black Boarding School Sends 97 Percent of Students to College

This Mississippi school was founded to teach the illiterate children of freed slaves. It's still helping disadvantaged students.

The Culture Clash in Mississippi's Mosques

African-American Muslims who once preached black separatism have opened their mosques to all Muslims. It has been a bumpy ride.  

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