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Co-published with WNYC StudiosHow one woman refused to accept the status quo and helped save the lives of thousands of people in her neighborhood.

Co-published with WNYC StudiosWhy it took the Black community so long to respond to the AIDS crisis.

Co-published with WNYC Studios. The story of how a group of women changed the very definition of AIDS.

Co-published with WNYC StudiosStories from Harlem Hospital’s pediatric AIDS ward.

Co-published with WNYC StudiosIn episode one of Blindspot: The Plague in the Shadows, we learn how HIV and AIDS was misunderstood from the start—and how this would shape the reactions of governments, the medical establishment and communities

Co-published with Wisconsin Public Radio and PRXFor generations, documentary poets have helped make sense of some of our most difficult moments – by expressing what might otherwise be impossible to say. So what are they writing about

Co-published with Dissent Magazine. In The Great Escape, Saket Soni recounts how he organized a group of Indian migrant workers to free themselves from a human trafficking scam and hold their captors accountable.

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?

Co-published with RevealFemale agents are so rare in the U.S. Border Patrol that they have their own nickname: the Fearless 5%. It’s meant as a badge of honor, but the title is a bold admission of the

Co-published with Dissent Magazine. On working-class Los Angeles before and after the civil unrest of 1992—and how structural inequities continue to shape the city’s labor struggles from the classrooms to the docks.

Co-published with Dissent Magazine. The longtime organizer and theorist discusses tactics that unions can use to win major gains at the table and in the contract.

Co-published with Dissent Magazine. Recent news reports have revealed that child labor is not just a historical relic in the United States—and some politicians want to undermine existing regulations, claiming that less oversight is good for business.

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