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Meet 20 young Memphians who are shaping the city's future — the class of 2013.

These young people have graduated from their teens with a sense of responsibility beyond their years, and it is driving them to do good, to leave Memphis a better place. Within their ranks, there are advanced college degrees and long hours spent…

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