On paper, growing up in the remote Western African country of Senegal appears bleak. With an average per-capita income of $2,400 a year, a 48 percent unemployment rate, a life expectancy of roughly 61 years and an education system that doesn’t see many children make it past middle school, life in Senegal is a day in and day out struggle to…

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Harrison Wind
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Harrison Wind covers the Nuggets for BSN Denver. He grew up in Boulder, Colorado and attended the University of Colorado Boulder.