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Nick Juravich

Nick Juravich is a doctoral candidate at Columbia University. He studies the history of social movements, education, labor, and urban policy in the US in the twentieth century. He lives in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, where he worked in youth health and education programming before coming to Columbia, and where he still writes periodically on contemporary community issues.


A Punk Approach to Running in El Monte

El Monte cross country runners have a unique perspective of their city's landscape. Their stories are told in a homegrown film, "Varsity Punks."

City of Achievement: The Making of the City of South El Monte, 1955-1976

Residents of the area fought to found their city against the expectations of regional planners, and they worked tirelessly to bring the benefits of postwar metropolitan growth to their working-class community.
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