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22 February 2009

Christian Science Monitor

GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador — In the most dangerous neighborhood of Guayaquil — Ecuador's largest and most crime-ridden city — a dozen youths are busy working in the Paz Urbana Print Shop. By the entrance, a young man designs a T-shirt logo with graffiti paint. In the back, amid the hip-hop music and paint fumes, tattooed young men with baggy pants and baseball caps compile an order of worksheets for schools. The print shop is part of an organization of small businesses,... (

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