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Co-published with Columbia Journalism Review. The piece also addresses our forthcoming initiative Working Sources, an online archive of experts that go beyond the typical think tank usual …

Co-published with The Nation. In one of the richest agricultural areas in the world, residents of California’s colonias still don’t have access to clean running water.

Co-published with The Guardian. Across a cluster of low-income, mostly Black neighborhoods, toxic waste sites risk contaminating an aquifer and endangering the lives of residents with noxious emissions.

Published in The Washington PostI realized long ago that there are two separate and very different health-care systems in this country.

Co-published with Parents MagazineThe condition impacts up to 17 percent of birthing people, but it's often underdiagnosed and undertreated, especially among lower-income patients.

Co-published with Esquire. The photo has been used to exemplify an America that once was—but the story of its subject and the dreams she once had is …

Co-published with SalonArizona Republicans have worked long and hard to lock down a majority — and seize power over the state's electors.

Co-published with KITV. As health experts work to determine the severity of COVID’s Omicron variant, or if vaccines will protect against it, some Hawaii residents are already …

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 KERA NewsAn ambitious program helmed by Catholic Charities Fort Worth set out to end poverty, but it saw mixed results.

Co-published with KERA News. While some people enrolled in The Padua Project saw varying degrees of success, others dropped out or faced other challenges completing the program.

Co-published with The New York TimesThe Lummi Nation has a long, proud history of contesting ecologically unfriendly projects. Will it succeed against yet another threat?

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