Co-published with Vice. Companies like Vivos are building luxury shelters for the wealthy designed to survive the end of the world, whatever form that apocalypse takes.
Co-published with The Verge. Maia Szalavitz dispels the "firewater" fairytale that Native Americans are more likely to become alcoholics using scientific analysis and examining contributing environmental factors.
Co-published with AlterNet. That meme you've seen in your Facebook feed is utterly despicable. Sadly, it's not the only one.
Co-published with the The New York Observer. Advocates for overweight Americans see wellness programs as thinly veiled fat discrimination.
Co-published with Vogue. Far from stuffy, punitive docudrama about the horrors of American debt, inequality entertainment like Mr. Robot is usually dystopian and quirkily comic.
Co-published with Harper's. Excerpt from Virginia Sole-Smith's feature in Harper's Magazine's October, 2015 issue.
Co-published with Fusion. Ten years after the storm, Josh catches up with the "characters" first introduced in his graphic novel A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge.
Co-published with MSNBC. Follow Matt Black on Instagram as he travels around the country documenting impoverished communities in more than 77 cities.
Co-published with The New York Times. Joseph Rodriguez, a Puerto Rican from Brooklyn, documents the lives of families in conflict in the place of his ancestors.
Co-published with The Nib. Illustration by Jackie Roche. A comic about a Lower Ninth resident who invests everything he’s got back into his community.
Co-published with VICE. Today, cities borrow from the wealthy far more than they tax them, and Wall Street rakes in cash playing middleman. If our cities are broke, regular citizens aren't to blame.
David Rosenberg writes on Slate's Behold blog about Alice Proujansky getting to know Guido and Blanca while shooting "Class Struggles".
Co-published with Fusion. Motels harbor the quasi-homeless seemingly as often as they serve as antidotes to driving off the road for the sleep-deprived.
Co-published with The Guardian. There’s something wrong with the fact that a relatively affluent person can afford to write about minimum wage jobs while people experiencing them can’t.
Co-published with The New York Times. A visual narrative for the Common Core, the educational initiative that has generated as much controversy as it has expectations.
Co-published with Pacific Standard. With 75 percent of the academic workforce is contingent, adjuncts on the edge resort to helping each other out.
Co-published with Jezebel. The story of these people was not one of a lack of resilience but of too many systems to navigate.
Co-published with Pacific Standard. Photography by Alice Proujansky supported by EHRP. School choice is tough for even the savviest parent. For immigrants, it can be hell.
Co-published with Reuters. On May 26, Amazon announced 6,000 new full-time job openings at 19 of its distribution centers, but are these jobs worth lining up for?
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