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Co-published with The Guardian. By opening its doors to disillusioned Iranians such as artist Shahrzad Changalvaee, the US has welcomed some of its greatest minds. But what now?
Co-published with Reuters. Appalachia needs a new chance to do what it does best: make it work.
Co-published with Cosmopolitan. When Erica's twin sisters were adopted, she thought she'd still see them regularly. She was wrong.
Co-published with Refinery29. An intimate look at life in this "hidden gem" within New York City, through the eyes of the young women who live there.
Co-published with DAME Magazine. Activists like undocumented worker Sandra Henriquez have put their lives on the line to protest injustice. Under a Trump administration, progressives might want to follow their lead.
Co-published with Los Angeles Review of Books. Tactics to combat pay theft and protect the writing community.
Co-published with Reuters. Today, the process of a movement or a person going from outsider to insider, which once took years or even decades, happens in a matter of months.
Co-published with The Nation. For hundreds of families, home is a car in a quiet parking lot.
Co-published with The Cut. Why are universities so unfriendly to single moms?
Co-published with Lenny Letter. During a chaotic coming-of-age, a Christmas tree was a symbol of hope and love.
Co-published with The Baffler. Anti-smoking legislation is, and always has been, about social control.
Co-published with Alternet. White supremacy systematically creates poverty with one hand while violently punishing it with the other.
Co-Published with Lenny Letter. How becoming a single mom in a depressed town helped one woman let go of perfection.
Co-Published with the Virginia Quarterly Review. If faith fosters separateness, how do you navigate healthcare for your children? A #VQRTrueStory essay.
Co-published with Smithsonian Magazine. To mark the 75th anniversary of Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, photographer Matt Black and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Dale Maharidge, traveled to California's Central Valley, Cleveland and northern Maine to chronicle America's working poor.
Co-published with Cosmopolitan. As Kayla Jones, 28, kisses her 2-year-old daughter, Lola, good-bye this morning, she doesn’t know if she’ll spend the day working with women who are joyfully welcoming or somberly ending their pregnancies.
Co-published with The Guardian. How American journalists should organize and fight in such a climate is a long and uncertain discussion. But they will fight a losing battle without the trust and support of the American public.
Co-published with The New Yorker. In the spring of 2009, Kate Linthicum traveled to rural Ohio to meet the people Eich had been photographing.