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Putting a face in front of Chicago's shuttered businesses

Like so many neighborhoods in America, Chicago's West Town has been largely shut down due to the coronavirus. But photographer Candice Cusic hopes she can put a face in front of the closed doors and dark windows of her neighborhood. NewsHour Weekend's Christopher Booker recently spoke to Cusic about her latest project.

Putting a face in front of Chicago's shuttered businesses

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