Co-published with The Nation. Trump’s tax break was not enough. Truly addressing the plight of the American working class means confronting the problems of global capitalism.
Co-published with The Guardian. The Philadelphia-area women interviewed by Lisa Riordan Seville and Zara Katz were asked to choose one object they hold on to to remind themselves of their loved ones currently serving time.
Co-published with The Guardian. They all use the van service provided by Bridging the Gap, based in Philadelphia, for personal reasons but are united by one thing: commitment to and love for the men in their lives.
Co-published with The Guardian. When Kristal Bush’s mother nearly went broke from the expense of visiting her son in prison, Kristal saw an opportunity to connect Philadelphia families to loved ones locked up hours away – and Bridging the Gap was born
Co-published with WNYC Studios. It’s a struggle to afford living in New York City, and the cost keeps rising. WNYC looks at what it takes to continue making this place home, one neighborhood at a time.
Co-published with The Intercept. With such a vast displaced population, Tijuana is a place where people who did not intend to live there learn to become a community.
Co-published with The New York Times. Whatever happened to the "gangbanger"?
Co-published with Bill Moyers & Company. For hundreds of families, home is a car in a quiet parking lot.
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.