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The Pandemic

Co-published with TIME. The move towards towards skoolies or converted vans has grown in recent years, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Co-published with The LilyWashington and Hawaii are among the few states that have designed programs to relieve such pressures.

Co-published with The American Prospect and reprinted in Autostraddle. In upstate New York, a nursing home eviction due to a debt has indefinitely separated …

Co-published with The American ProspectAs public benefits migrate online, senior citizens are being left behind.

Co-published with The New Republic. In a city with thousands of vacant homes, families are still homeless. Jennifer Bennetch decided to do something about it.

Co-published with The Double Shift Podcast. What the last year has been like for a flight attendant, a congressional candidate, and a nightclub worker.

Co-published with the Utah Investigative Journalism Project and The Salt Lake TribuneIn too many cases eviction adds to the trauma of abuse victims and families struggling …

Co-published with palabra. In the United States, we now have one pandemic for all Americans, and a custom-made disaster for Brown and Black people.

Co-published with The AtlanticImmigrant laborers have been dying tragic, sometimes grisly deaths on construction sites across the country. Their deaths tell the story of an industry indifferent …

Co-published with Slate. Being poor had essentially prepared me for the economic and social effects of the coronavirus with the ruthless efficiency of a bootcamp.

Co-published with The Double Shift Podcast. It's been a year since the COVID shutdowns. A single mom in Oxford, MS shares her moving story on what the …

Co-published with The New RepublicOn working amid paranoid customers, hungry shoplifters, sick co-workers, and people who just need a bathroom.

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