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Juliet Gilbert learned early the power of journalism. She is a successful attorney, mother and volunteer in Metro Denver today, but she grew up in Chicago's fabled Cabrini-Green housing project.

"I was able to attend a middle class high school in northwest Chicago, a neighborhood in stark contrast to where I lived," Juliet says. "When I wrote an article about living in Cabrini-Green in the school newspaper, some of my fellow students began to understand the difficulties in growing up in public housing."

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