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Co-published with The NationOn reservations across the country, tribes are using federal grants to create their own Internet providers. But it takes more than money to get a community online.

Co-published with WNYC StudiosIn episode one of Blindspot: The Plague in the Shadows, we learn how HIV and AIDS was misunderstood from the start—and how this would shape the reactions of governments, the medical establishment and communities for years to come.

"From the Washington Post Guild strike to the mission of nonprofits like the Economic Hardship Reporting Project, media workers are insisting not only that company executives can change course but are also setting the record straight by telling their side of the story," writes Rithika Ramamurthy for Nonprofit Quarterly.

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Co-published with JacobinMass layoffs are tearing through US media.

Co-published with The NationOn reservations across the country, tribes are using federal grants to create their own Internet providers. But it takes more than money to get a community online.

Co-published with The NationThere are few things more important for people in prison than keeping links with the outside world. That task falls overwhelmingly to women.

Co-published with WNYC StudiosHow one woman refused to accept the status quo and helped save the lives of thousands of people in her neighborhood.

Co-published with WNYC StudiosWhy it took the Black community so long to respond to the AIDS crisis.

Co-published with GristThe problem: The pollution from all the truck exhaust is mega-dangerous.

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