Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Mick Dumke and Haru Coryne

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Mick Dumke is a reporter for ProPublica. His work has focused on politics and government, including investigations of local and federal gun policies, secret police databases and corruption at Chicago City Hall. Mick came to ProPublica after two years on the Watchdogs team at the Chicago Sun-Times, where he reported on civil liberties, the war on drugs and the dismantling of public housing. Before that, he spent almost a decade as a politics writer and editor for the Chicago Reader. He has also worked as a reporter and editor at the Chicago Reporter, taught social studies at an alternative high school, and studied religion at Northwestern University and McCormick Theological Seminary. Haru Coryne is a data reporter for ProPublica, based in Chicago. He uses a combination of statistical methods, computer software and document-based research to find stories in large troves of information. A former real estate reporter for The Real Deal, he is especially interested in housing, business and economic development.

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