Co-published with Harper’s Magazine. Can empty houses help solve homelessness?
The Pride and Pain of the UFW March
Co-published with High Country News. California farmworkers and their advocates walked 335 miles to the state’s capitol in support of voting protections.
Starbucks Fired Workers for Unionizing, But Workers Are Fighting Back
Co-published with Teen Vogue. In this op-ed, two young fired Starbucks workers talk about fighting to get their jobs back and for the right to organize.
Anti-Rent Wars, Then and Now
Co-published with The New York Review of Books. Amid the 1840s economic crisis, landlords tried to drive out tenants in default. The remarkable movement that rose to challenge …
How Housing Activists Took On Philadelphia and Won
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.
How Did You Sleep Last Night? Darin Mann, Salt Lake City.
Co-published with Slate. In January 2019, approximately 2,800 people were experiencing homelessness on any given day in Utah. But that was before the pandemic, in which millions of …
Photographing Portland’s Summer of Rage
Co-published with the Washington Post. Photojournalist Rian Dundon captures the first 100 days of the ongoing Portland protests in a breathtaking series of street protest photography.
The Latinx Future Will Not Look Like the Latinx Past
Co-published with The Nation. My generation is more outspoken—about inequality, assimilation, racism, and more—than those that came before.
New York Tenants Are Organizing Against Evictions as They Did in the Great Depression
Co-published with Retro Report and THE CITY. Anticipating a massive wave of evictions when the federal and state bans are lifted in January, …
Behind the Doors of New York’s Public Housing
Co-published with The Nation. Portraits of the activists, organizers, artists, and more who call the Lower East Side’s public housing home.
The President’s War on Dissent Is Using Trumped-Up Federal Charges
Co-published with The Intercept. From J20 to Black Lives Matter, the Trump administration is using inflated federal charges to expand repression of dissent.
As the Nation Braces for a Wave of Evictions, Some Bronx Tenants Fight Back
Co-published with Slate. When COVID struck, a group of tenants in the South Bronx went on rent strike. Will it work?