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This week, we’re bringing back “LunchBreaking,” our live Facebook show in which reporters chase down leads from you, our audience.

It works like this: You send us your tips and questions ahead of the show. Once we’ve selected a question, a small team of reporters will spend their lunch break (thus the name) tracking down information and conducting interviews. The following day, we’ll broadcast our findings live on Facebook – and sometimes even follow up with more reporting on the topic.

We aired two pilots of “LunchBreaking” last summer, with episodes that tackled student loans and the social media etiquette of Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, who’s since resigned.

This season’s first episode lands Thursday and will focus on immigration. Got a question you want us to field? Drop it in the form below. Our reporters just might have an answer for you.

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Byard Duncan was a reporter and producer for  engagement and collaborations for Reveal. He managed Reveal’s Reporting Networks, which provide more than 1,000 local journalists across the U.S. with resources and training to continue Reveal investigations in their communities. He also helped lead audience engagement initiatives around Reveal’s stories and assists local reporters in elevating their work to a national platform. In addition to Reveal, Duncan’s work has appeared in GQ, Esquire, The California Sunday Magazine and Columbia Journalism Review, among other outlets. He was part of Reveal’s Behind the Smiles project team, which was named a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2019. He is the recipient of two Edward R. Murrow Awards, a National Headliner Award, an Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism Award, and two first-place awards for feature storytelling from the Society of Professional Journalists and Best of the West. Duncan is based in Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.