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Co-published with You Had Me At Black. After trying to conceive for 10 years, Shellie was finally having her dream baby, but the challenges of motherhood …

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. Facing unplanned pregnancies in their twenties, Mikah and Cecilia's hospital births reveal how access to childbirth education, support systems, …

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. This week, NATAL explores the historical roots of modern obstetrics and gynecology, and how flaws in medical education and …

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. Myeshia is a married, 34-year-old cis Black queer woman with a PhD. Two weeks after giving birth to her …

Co-published with In These Times. In this special compilation episode of Working People, we hear testimonies from 10 different freelancers about the pains, joys, needs, and …

Co-published with Jacobin. Columbia Point tenants face new management and a private police force.

Co-published with Jacobin. Sisters Angie Irving and Linda Wade bring the Black Panthers to Boston’s Columbia Point housing project.

Co-published with Here & Now. Amy Silverman's daughter Sophie wants to be a dance teacher. But Sophie has Down syndrome and the opportunities for meaningful employment …

Co-published with Jacobin. Tenants take their growing dissatisfaction and aim it at their landlord, the Boston Housing Authority.

Co-published with Jacobin. A group of black mothers in Boston public housing ramp up their militant tactics—including a two-day lock-in at a welfare office—to get the …

Co-published with Jacobin. At Columbia Point, a new public housing project in Boston, mothers organize to try and close the city dump.

Co-published with Jacobin. Coming November 19, A People’s History is a striking, new documentary podcast series from Jacobin and the Economic Hardship Reporting Project.

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