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Co-published with The Nation. In the Haitian Creole language, “Gwo Fanm” means “Big Woman,” a woman who shoulders more than their fair share of burdens in this life.

Co-published with the Texas Observer. Thirty years after Congress passed the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, only a fraction of human remains held by Texas’ museums and universities have been returned.

Co-published with The New Yorker. The President has staged rallies across the Rust Belt, promising a manufacturing revival, but jobs lost to offshoring have increased during his time in office.

Co-published with The Guardian. Many of the workers risking their lives amid the pandemic are burdened with student debt. We owe them more than just applause.

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Co-published with The Nation. In the Haitian Creole language, “Gwo Fanm” means “Big Woman,” a woman who shoulders more than their fair share of burdens in this life.

Co-published with the Texas Observer. Thirty years after Congress passed the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, only a fraction of human remains held by Texas’ museums and universities have been returned.

Co-published with The New York TimesNew Zealand is pursuing a century-old idea to close the gender pay gap: not equal pay for equal work, but equal pay for work of equal value.

Co-published with Retro Report and THE CITYAnticipating a massive wave of evictions when the federal and state bans are lifted in January, housing activists in the Bronx are taking action.

Co-published with The Nation. Portraits of the activists, organizers, artists, and more who call the Lower East Side’s public housing home.

Co-published with The Nation. Livestreamers and citizen journalists are providing constant, steady footage of the protests for Black Lives. Is that a good thing?

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