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September 2014

Co-published with Teen Vogue. Beyond the mental burden of the loans themselves, debt sometimes means people can't afford the care they need.

On May 11, 2024, EHRP executive director Alissa Quart appeared on the New Books Network's Politics & Polemics podcast, hosted by Tom Discenna, to discuss her most recent book Bootstrapped: Liberating Ourselves from the American Dream. Listen to the full interview

Co-published with The New YorkerCan a progressive campaign break the coal industry’s hold on West Virginia politics?

Co-published with The Nation. Psychedelic-assisted therapies have been hailed as the wave of the future. What if most people can’t afford them?

Co-published with palabra and WHYY. Gun violence suffered by Latinos in the U.S. has increased. Survivors often face a difficult road ahead that includes medical bills and accessing mental health resources.

Co-published with The Bittman Project and Mother Jones. EHRP and The Bittman Project reimagine the modern recipe.

Co-published with The Guardian. The shelter where I work took in 694 animals last year. Every day, we face animal cruelty – and communicating the crisis can feel impossible.

Co-published with Christian CenturyYet their extensive efforts go largely unseen outside their communities.

Co-published with The Baffler. The Koch network’s war on education goes west.

Co-published with Literary HubAlissa Quart reckons with the precarity of the writing life.

Co-published with TIMEWe must help ease the economic burden for patients who have chronic diseases, as well as the stigma that trails them.

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