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“You can be a foreign correspondent without leaving Lincoln.” That’s the bold claim that Tim Anderson uses to describe Nebraska Mosaic, a project in the journalism school at the University of Nebraska. “Nebraska, like the rest of America, is changing,” Anderson said. “I grew up in Nebraska. My community was mostly white, Christian … I didn’t know much about anyone else. That’s still true for some of my students, and the class has been eye-opening for them.” Started four years ago, the class helps give a voice to communities in Lincoln that many other residents don’t know exists. Thousands of