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Co-published with Jacobin. Long faced with paltry wages and inhumane working conditions, Los Angeles’s garment workers are taking significant risks to organize for better pay and workplace …

Co-published with Fast CompanyBianca Sical-Serle saw her career take off during the pandemic, while her mother’s business closed. Mother and daughter talk about juggling work and family.

Co-published with High Country NewsCalifornia farmworkers and their advocates walked 335 miles to the state’s capitol in support of voting protections.

Co-published with DefectorThe “struggle to feel safe” is one of the most prevalent issues a psychiatrist says he sees amongst his clients, even once they are housed.

Co-published with JacobinThe supermarket was used as a key piece of anti-communist propaganda early in the twentieth century against the alternative of grocery co-ops.

Co-published with The New RepublicAs the city prepares for the World Cup in 2026 and the Olympics two years later, longtime residents are being forced out.

Co-published with Mother Jones“What we want is to be a model for the nation,” says a resident of Golden Gate Village.

Co-published with The BafflerA growing number of unhoused people are refusing to live on the run, working to stop evictions and to build something lasting where they …

Co-published with Mother JonesIn Oakland, a poet and her crew of “poverty scholars” are doing just that.

Co-published with The Nation. In one of the richest agricultural areas in the world, residents of California’s colonias still don’t have access to clean running water.

Co-published with KPBS. Tens of thousands of Tijuana residents are scrambling to get proof of vaccination as the U.S. finally lifts a COVID-19-era restriction on non-essential border crossings.

Co-published with New York Magazine. How ride-sharing apps are trying to spread the gig-worker model far and wide.

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