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Jasmeet Sidhu and Bianca Consunji


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Jasmeet Sidhu is a writer and producer covering Norwood and Bedford Park for the BronxInk.org. She is also a student in the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. She was previously a reporter for the Toronto Star in Canada. Jasmeet is also the founder of a non-profit organization peyalliance.com. You can follow her on Twitter or email her at jks2183@columbia.edu . Bianca Consunji is a multimedia journalist covering the Fordham area for The Bronx Ink and a digital media student at the Journalism School. She is a correspondent of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, and was previously associate editor of Metro, a women’s magazine under the ABS-CBN media group. Bianca is a member of the European Youth Press and has served as sub-editor for Orange, its affiliate magazine. Follow her on Twitter or email msc2182@columbia.edu

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Articles, Investigations and Blogs

When a Bronx school shut this summer because of contamination, parents of students who'd attended the site over the past two decades worried about their children's health—and wondered why the problem wasn't detected earlier.