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That’s when the idea for RISE struck her. Brumfield has already published more than 40,000 copies of RISE. Within a month of finding out she won the grant, Brumfield had put a small editorial team in place — a writer, a designer, a managing editor and an intern — and contracted with a vendor to print the paper. The grant covered those expenses and left her with a small stipend. Related: She left Colombia during the drug wars. Now she runs a fashion magazine The first issue of RISE — called The Recovery Issue — launched in August 2017. “We printed a first run of 5,000 copies,” said Brumfield. The paper is currently on its ninth issue and is distributed for free every five weeks. Half the distribution goes to correctional facilities, while the rest goes to places like health clinics, shelters and food banks.
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