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Co-published with The New York TimesAmerica’s neglect of older people extends to the people who care for them at home.

Co-published with Columbia Journalism Review. We must keep documenting America, even as it fractures into a place that is less and less recognizable.

Co-published with The American ProspectLinda Tirado, partially blinded by a rubber bullet in Minneapolis protests, remains an important voice against social and economic injustice in America.

Co-published with WIREDThe point wasn’t so much about pay issues, but to give workers more say over what they produce—reflecting a trend of internal protest across …

Co-published with The Nation. The challenge of making ends meet was difficult before Covid-19. Now it’s even worse.

Co-published with WIRED. The adrenaline of the first days of the Covid response has drained away, leaving sore muscles, heavy hearts, and a creeping awareness that …

Co-published with the Arkansas Times and the Arkansas Nonprofit News Network. Poultry workers in Arkansas describe appalling and unsanitary working conditions at …

Co-published with The Nation. They stock the shelves at grocery stores, dispatch 911 calls, and pick crops. They deserve their due.

Co-published with The Washington Post. I clung to the middle class as I aged. The pandemic pulled me under.

Co-published with The Baffler. At car dealerships and companies peddling tchotchkes to suburban teens, bosses stretch the definition of "essential" to its breaking point.

Co-published with The Nation. Photos of the nurses and assistants who tended to my dad in his final days.

Co-published with the Washington Post. In a series of breathtaking sketches, illustrator Steve Brodner memorializes the lesser-known victims of the coronavirus pandemic.

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