Production Intern, Curious City
Natalie’s journalism centers midwestern Latinx communities and the unique cultures that arise in this region of the US. Before working at WBEZ, Natalie also wrote science communications for the Field Museum. Two years of chemical engineering combined with her English degree have given her a passion for environmental justice. Her work explains how the natural world affects our embedded human communities. Her writing has been nominated for a 2020 Pushcart Prize and earned her a Hedgebrook Fellowship.
Stories by Natalie Dalea
We asked small businesses in Chicago how they’ve been doing — and what they’ve been doing — over the past year. Here’s what they had to say.
Evanston and Oak Park have reopened playgrounds, with safety guidelines. Could Chicago do something similar?