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Co-published with The New York TimesAmerica’s neglect of older people extends to the people who care for them at home.

Federal thugs in Portland are attacking many journalists, including EHRP photographer Rian Dundon, who was burned and beaten by police.

Co-published with the Los Angeles Times. U.S. corporations are ‘virtue signaling’ like crazy on race. But actions speak louder than words.

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 CosmopolitanOne woman reveals the lengths she went to in order to receive an abortion when Texas clinics closed due to the pandemic.

Co-published with the Los Angeles Review of BooksJennifer Michael Hecht writes about mental health during the pandemic and Georgie Wileman’s new photo series on America's male suicide crisis.

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. This week, we discuss the stigma around home births, and explore the radical work of full-spectrum doulas and the ways they strive to provide quality perinatal support for all birthing parents.

Co-published with the Washington PostI hope that I am among the last who will languish for years with swollen gums and big dreams.

Co-published with The New York Review of Books. Despite their relatively small numbers, Native organizers in Minneapolis are central to the activist fabric of the city and the entire nation.

Co-published with AllureGetting your talons done should be soothing, but for me, it also comes with a bolt of initial dread.

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