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Co-published with Rolling Stone. A veteran reporter looks back on when he was laid off from his newspaper gig and instead of taking a dead-end desk job turned to running van loads of marijuana across state lines.

Co-published with Fast CompanyFilmmaker Will Packer tells the story of how he made himself stand out at his first internship.

Co-published with Literary Hub. “Even after 25 years in journalism, I never knew humanity the way I did working at a strip club and moving product.”

Co-published with Fast Company. Cyrus Jaffery faced a string of professional rejections until his future father in law Tom Rivera saw his potential.

Co-published with The GuardianFor years the corporate diktat has been that happiness must be achieved alone, but many are turning to communities for joy.

Co-published with Fast Company. The second in our new series with Fast Company profiles Daisy Magnus-Aryitey and how Code the Dream founder Dan Rearick bent the rules and changed her economic future.

Co-published with Fast CompanyIn the first in our new series with Fast Company, author Alex Miller tells the story of how his New School professor helped him get published when he had lost all hope.

Co-published with FatherlyWhen the Wrights joined the picket line, it upended every aspect of their lives. Two years later, they look back at their family's role in one of the longest coal strikes in U.S. history.

Co-published with PrismFour months after the Norfolk Southern East Palestine train derailment, workers and citizens fight against the toxicity of an industry that has cut corners at every turn.

Co-published with New York FocusSome counties pay social services workers so little, the people who administer benefits end up applying themselves.

Co-published with Mother JonesAfter historic flooding, the California migrant farming community is trying to recover—even if help from FEMA is scarce.

Co-published with Dissent Magazine. The strike is back in Britain but the Conservative government is out to crush the unions. What lessons should labor learn from the 1980s?

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