What Difference Can A Single Dollar Make?
Co-published with The Guardian. Florida passed a law to incrementally achieve $15 an hour by 2026, exciting workers but driving fear into small business who worry they’ll pay …
‘They wanted me to make myself smaller, so they could be comfortable’
Co-published with Fast Company. Francesca followed in her mother Damita’s footsteps, climbing the ladder in corporate roles, but when Damita got a new lease on life, her …
Incarceration Has Always Threatened Health. COVID-19 Just Worsened the Problem.
Co-published with the Philadelphia Inquirer. During the pandemic, jail populations — largely poor people who can’t afford bail — have been some of the hardest hit by the …
I’m a Black Physician. I Understand When Patients Say They Don’t Trust Medicine.
Co-published with The Philadelphia Inquirer. If white people were under-treated for pain at the same rate black people are today, institutions and individuals would be swiftly held accountable.
The Place of Found Lost Things
Co-published with Oxford American. With the proper paperwork in order, land can offer a means to stack bills. It is access to capital, to a better …
Storm of Shame: How Hurricane Relief Sorts People into Deserving and Undeserving Poor
Co-published with TalkPoverty.org. Hurricanes Irma and Harvey reveal the brutal treatment of previously homeless victims.
Photographer Johanne Rahaman Documents Black Florida
Co-published with the Broward Palm Beach New Times. From Trinidad to Miami, photographer Johanne Rahaman showcases the beauty of Black …
Foreclosure Victims Say Donald Trump’s Economic Advisor Drove Them Out Of Their Homes
Co-published with The Intercept. These are the people Donald Trump wants to have running our economy.
How Septic Tanks May Imperil this Florida Ecosystem
Co-published with PBS NewsHour with additional support from the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting. In Florida, one of the nation’s largest waterways is in …
The Forgotten Working-Class Millennials
Co-published with Fusion. For working-class millennials, especially those of color, the stereotype of the lazy and entitled parasite just doesn't fit.
A Church in Every Poor School District?
Co-published with The Nation. How evangelical Christians are taking advantage of publicly funded spaces.