“At the time, the word ‘country’ was a bad word,” says Nan Warshaw on the 1994 launch of her roots-inflected indie rock label Bloodshot Records, with co-founder Rob Miller, outside the company’s headquarters on Chicago’s North Side.
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By documenting the ravages of youth violence, photographer Carlos Javier Ortiz (’02) captures communities’ devastation, resilience and hope—and wants to spark conversations to curb the brutality