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Author: Ray Suarez

Ray Suarez was a senior correspondent for “PBS NewsHour” and host of the public radio show “America Abroad.” He co-hosts the program and podcast “WorldAffairs” for KQED-FM and the World Affairs Council.

Co-published with Oldster Magazine. "Like hundreds of thousands of men in their early 60s across the country, I was forced to start to get used to the idea that the marketplace may be deciding that I am

Co-published with The Intercept. In Part 3 of our film series “Insecurity,” host Ray Suarez meets Katie Prout, a writer trying to find a job and mental health care during the pandemic.

Co-published with The Intercept. In Part 2 of “Insecurity,” we meet Eshawney Gaston, a fast-food worker who joins the wave of labor uprisings sweeping the country during the pandemic.

Co-published with The InterceptPart 1 of “Insecurity” — stories of Americans falling through the cracks of the safety net during the pandemic.

Co-published with The NationIn this video roundtable, Laura Flanders joins Ray Suarez and Ann Larson to talk about our newest podcast.

Co-published with The NationAs the pandemic closed down New York City, Fitzgerald found her daughter and herself priced out of a place to live.

Co-published with The Nation. How a war correspondent found himself bouncing rowdy customers at a strip club—and what came next.

Co-published with The NationWhen Lisa Ventura’s father needed help filing for unemployment, she got an overload of what experts call “administrative burden.”

Co-published with The Nation. Ann Larson, a pandemic-era grocery store clerk and social critic, is determined to make visible how workers like her really live and think.

Co-published with The Nation. How did Ray Suarez end up jobless and worrying about how he was going to pay his dental bills?

Co-published with The NationLori Yearwood hadn’t thought much about sleep—until she found herself homeless, and unable to catch a wink.

Co-published with The Nation. Our new podcast, Going for Broke, lets Americans living on the edge have the last word.

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