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Author: EHRP Team

Happy new year from EHRP! In celebration, we compiled some of our most memorable stories from 2021 in this short video.

Going for Broke is a new podcast about Americans on the edge. Famed journalist and broadcaster Ray Suarez talks to people who have lost jobs, lost their homes and sometimes …

100 Days in Appalachia, National Geographic and the Economic Hardship Reporting Project came together to produce Critical Condition, a three-part series that examined how the closure of hospitals in rural Appalachian communities was affecting local …

A pair of EHRP-supported stories won journalism awards from The National Association of Real Estate Editors (NAREE). Eric Peterson won gold in the Best Investigative Report or Investigative Series category …

EHRP is proud to share that two multimedia stories we supported were recently recognized in the Native American Journalists Association's National Native Media Awards competition this year. F is for …

The pandemic brought economic burdens that, for many, have been too great to bear. Journalist Ray Suarez is the host of “Going for Broke,” a podcast from The Nation magazine and …

A new limited series podcast called “Going for Broke,” from The Nation magazine and the Economic Hardship Reporting Project, is taking a look at the challenges that many Americans are …

On October 29, EHRP executive director Alissa Quart and veteran reporter Ray Suarez talked about our new “Going for Broke” podcast on C-SPAN's Washington Journal television program. Watch the full conversation …

A new limited series podcast underscores a difficult-to-swallow American reality: The economy isn’t working for millions of people who struggle every day to make ends meet. The pandemic exacerbated economic hardships, but problems …

The Nation has launched Going for Broke, in partnership with the Economic Hardship Reporting Project. Hosted by public broadcaster Ray Suarez, who himself faced economic instability in the latter half of his career, Going for Broke is about …

While worker-owned co-operatives make up only a tiny sliver of U.S. businesses, the chaos and privations of the pandemic and its aftermath helped make them newly popular. People are drawn …

¿Cómo se ve cuando la gente común es su propia jefa? ¿Cómo pueden las trabajadoras recuperar su poder a pesar de una economía inestable e incierta? Bajo el impulso de …

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