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His mother carried him across the Rio Grande. Now he's in the Chicago Marathon

When Diego Estrada visited Chicago in early September, he was surprised to find that the discomfort he usually feels in big cities wasn’t there. "I hate big cities because I feel out of place," he said. "But [Chicago] felt very open. You can still breathe despite being in a concrete jungle." The...
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