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The Pandemic

Co-published with Insider. Long COVID disabled me 2 years ago, and the 'disabled tax' means I pay for it constantly.

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 InterceptIntroducing “Insecurity,” a video triptych of stories about women struggling for what they need after the pandemic upends their lives: social services, a living wage, or decent mental health care.

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 New York Review of Books. Meatpacking workers in Arkansas, grieving loved ones lost to Covid and struggling to pay medical bills, are organizing for justice from their employer.

Co-published with Popular Science. Roughly 16 million Americans are living with long COVID, but many are not getting the right medical care. One way to improve the system is by letting patients lead.

Co-published with The Guardian. Why have some US states opted out of nearly $4bn in emergency funds that would have helped their poorest residents?

Co-published with VPM News and PBS. In Virginia, many families who cannot find or afford a home have turned to budget motels on the stretch of road as housing of last resort.

Co-published with Fast Company. It has never been easy to be a woman in politics. Ruth Messinger set an example for her daughter, Miriam, that the road of social change, while not easy, is worth traveling.

Co-published with Fast CompanyCassandra Lam had what seemed like a dream job, but when she reached a breaking point she decided to start a Malaysian curry brand built on her mom’s recipes.

Co-published with Fast CompanyKylie Aberle always looked to her mom, Janelle, as a strong role model. But the pandemic impacted their outlooks on career and success in different ways.

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