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Co-published with Jacobin. Police departments spend tens of millions of dollars every year to manipulate the news, flooding the discourse with “copaganda.”

Co-published with Teen Vogue. Conservative justices on the Supreme Court seem open to a larger-scale rollback of civil liberties, Namrata Verghese writes.

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Co-published with Columbia Journalism Review. As a new recession looms, our industry would do well to at least start to correct its legacy biases around coverage of poverty and class.

Co-published with The New York Times. Fines and fees trap people in a kind of penury from which they may never escape.

Co-published with The Nation. Counties aren’t supposed to use Covid funds to build jails and prisons—but that hasn’t stopped some of them from trying to do it anyway.

Co-published with Jacobin. Police departments spend tens of millions of dollars every year to manipulate the news, flooding the discourse with “copaganda.”

Co-published with The Washington Post. Photographer Jordan Gale's project "Don't Be This Way Forever" has brought him catharsis as he seeks to unravel his past.

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