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Student volunteers became voice of some victims of Highland Park shooting, highlighting bilingual social services needs and increasing Latino population

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When the news broke of the mass shooting at the Highland Park Independence Day Parade, most referred to the suburb as affluent, mostly Anglo and typically quiet and peaceful. But when the names of the victims began to surface, it was the story of a Mexican grandfather who attended the parade with his family that made the…

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