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July 2014

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

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.

Economic Hardship Reporting Project – an award-winning journalism organization – is seeking a part-time Foundation Manager. We would also consider a consultant for this role.

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.

Co-published with WNYC Studios. The story of how a group of women changed the very definition of AIDS.

Co-published with The Daily BeastAlex Miller’s father was once a prominent artist who had his work taken from him. Today, he sees the same tragedy unfold with other artists and powerful AI companies.

Co-published with WNYC StudiosStories from Harlem Hospital’s pediatric AIDS ward.

Co-published with Environmental Health News. “People don’t know what we’d do without oil and gas. It comes at a big price.”

Co-published with Environmental Health News. The US takes the global lead on liquid natural gas production and export, as economic promises and environmental worries collide.

Co-published with Grist. New study links surge of oil workers to long-term residents losing their homes.

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