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BBC Pop Up: Goodbye Boulder, hello Baton Rouge

The BBC Pop Up team spent the whole of September in Boulder, Colorado, reporting on stories which local people said they wanted to share with a global audience.

We looked at serious issues including sexual assaults on college campuses and the effectiveness of the state's gun control laws. We heard remarkable stories of survival and recovery after a devastating flood a year ago. And residents told us how an affordable housing crisis is forcing them to choose between social and environmental values.

Now BBC Pop Up has moved on to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in America's Deep South. The two cities are separated by a great distance - 1,248 miles by road to be precise - but when it comes to politics, culture and racial diversity they are worlds apart.

We'll be holding our first community meeting At Louisiana State University on Tuesday, 7 October. We want to hear what stories you think we should be reporting on.

You can watch all the stories from BBC Pop Up and find out more about project on the behind-the-scenes blog.

Produced by the BBC's Matt Danzico and Benjamin Zand

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