More about “Heroin, LLC”
Reactions, conversations and documents pertaining to “Heroin, LLC,” a series from WBEZ and the Chicago Reader.
- BACKSTORY: On WBEZ's Afternoon Shift, reporters Mick Dumke and Natalie Moore tell what led to the series:
- BACKSTORY: Chip Mitchell tells about his reporting from the U.S.-Mexico border on WBEZ's Afternoon Shift:
- EDITORIAL: The Chicago Sun-Times reacts to "Heroin, LLC":
- BACKSTORY: On WBEZ's Afternoon Shift, Robert Wildeboer talks about the networks that make the heroin trade possible:
- ANALYSIS: The Afternoon Shift looks at high-school heroin use:
- COLUMN: Denise Crosby of The Courier-News was one of the first to sound the alarm on teen drug use in Naperville, a suburb west of Chicago:
- ANALYSIS: WBEZ's Jim DeRogatis and Second City alum Tim O’Malley discuss heroin use among artists and the drug's role in popular culture:
- ANALYSIS: The Afternoon Shift talks treatment with the Haymarket Center's Dr. Dan Lustig:
- REACTION: Self-identified heroin users weigh in on "Heroin, LLC" at Reddit:
- REPORT: Mick Dumke expands on his first story:
- BACKSTORY: One mom tells the story of her daughter, who was killed by heroin:
- REPORT: Research on the issue from Roosevelt University:
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