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By Chelsea DeCicco, Executive Vice President of Universal Initiatives

Walt Whitman - poet, journalist and one of the City of Camden’s most historically significant residents, died in 1892

The New Jersey city was used as an experiment for improving schools by closing them; now, nearly a decade later, it’s become abundantly clear

The City of Camden spends more than $4 million a year cleaning up after illegal dumpers.

Witnessing injustices against Black and Latinx people while working at law enforcement and government agencies convinced Morgan Humphrey to pursue a career in fighting