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Author: Tania Thorne

Tania Thorne is a San Diego native with a passion to tell stories and document the latest news in her community. She received her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Cal State Fullerton where she won multiple awards and recognitions for groundbreaking stories. Fluent in Spanish, Tania has dove deep into the Tijuana border and covered the migrant caravan, immigrant stories of asylum, and human smuggling. She has also done reporting in Europe, Mexico, and Southern California.

Co-published with Teen Vogue. Conservative justices on the Supreme Court seem open to a larger-scale rollback of civil liberties, Namrata Verghese writes.

Co-published with NATAL. We head home for a final good-bye to hear how Anasia, Ciara, Erick, Shayla and more are building new legacies exactly where they are.

Co-published with The Washington Post. It shouldn’t be so hard to differentiate between law-abiding U.S. citizens and wanted criminals.

Co-published with The BafflerA growing number of unhoused people are refusing to live on the run, working to stop evictions and to build something lasting where they …

Co-published with NATAL. Alabama Birth Collective founding member, Nadia Gramby, on the sisterhood of birthwork.

Co-published with Salt Lake City WeeklyA tax break for Utah seniors could be a lifeline—if only people knew about it.

Co-published with NATAL. The parents adjust to life postpartum and the powerful transformations they've undergone.

Cecilia Nowell was selected as a Livingston Award finalist for her EHRP-supported article, "She Used Drugs While Pregnant. Should She Be in Prison?", Wallace House and the University of Michigan …

Co-published by EHRP and TIME, Nina Riggio's "A Year In A School Bus" photo essay was named one of three medal finalists in the Web: Original Digital Photography, Feature, Lifestyle/Travel/Food/Shelter …

Alissa Quart's essay, "Let’s make journalism work for those not born into an elite class," was recently highlighted in Required Reading, a weekly newsletter by the online arts magazine Hyperallergic. …

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