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Co-published with the Texas ObserverAcross the globe, anti-Indigenous organizations work to undermine the collective rights of Indigenous peoples. This collection of reports reveals some of the most common attacks Indigenous communities face today.

Co-published with Sierra MagazineA photographer explores the devastation left behind by the Oregon and California wildfires.

Co-published with SlateSeniors have AARP. Mothers and fathers desperate for child care solutions need a movement just as powerful.

Co-published with Columbia Journalism Review. We must keep documenting America, even as it fractures into a place that is less and less recognizable.

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Co-published with The InterceptThe sooner liberals understand that Trump’s supporters don’t care autocracy, the better they can push to win this election.

Co-published with Latino RebelsDespite being in one of the reddest states in the nation, Tulsa is leading the way in breaking down barriers for immigrants and refugees, especially during COVID-19.

Co-published with the Texas ObserverAcross the globe, anti-Indigenous organizations work to undermine the collective rights of Indigenous peoples. This collection of reports reveals some of the most common attacks Indigenous communities face today.

Co-published with Sierra MagazineA photographer explores the devastation left behind by the Oregon and California wildfires.

Co-published with The American ProspectChristian health shares market themselves as a cheaper alternative, but have no obligation to actually pay health care bills. Life under them is marked with fear and worry.

Co-published with The New York Review of BooksRenters who enjoyed some measure of protection are now at risk of eviction since the moratoriums on eviction are coming to an end.

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