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Co-published with TIME. The move towards towards skoolies or converted vans has grown in recent years, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Co-published with SlateAt some point, I realized the goal was to make my job kill me slower.

Co-published with The AtlanticImmigrant laborers have been dying tragic, sometimes grisly deaths on construction sites across the country. Their deaths tell the story of an industry indifferent to the lives of its workers.

Co-published with Scientific AmericanStatistics suggest they are—but numbers often don’t include the most vulnerable with limited English

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Co-published with TIME. The move towards towards skoolies or converted vans has grown in recent years, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Co-published with The LilyWashington and Hawaii are among the few states that have designed programs to relieve such pressures.

Co-published with SlateAt some point, I realized the goal was to make my job kill me slower.

Co-published with The American Prospect and reprinted in Autostraddle. In upstate New York, a nursing home eviction due to a debt has indefinitely separated two women’s enduring love by 80 miles.

Co-published with You Had Me At BlackIn honor of Black Maternal Health Week, NATAL teamed up with NPR’s Life Kit to share stories from parents who have experienced pregnancy loss.

Co-published with SlateTeaching the legal profession to understand the effects of trauma.

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