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Co-published with SlateIn 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 …

Co-published with MIT Technology Review. What I’ve learned: self-acceptance is the first difficult step.

Co-published with SlatePriscilla Purvis is one of tens of millions of Americans who are struggling with financial insecurity and sleeplessness during the pandemic.

Co-published with The Nation. For months, our leaders have known that the Covid-19 crisis could force millions of people from their homes. They decided to let it …

Co-published with the Utah Investigative Journalism Project and The Salt Lake Tribune. Landlords use loopholes, lack of enforcement to ignore eviction bans. Legal help …

Co-published with Slate. I learned racial ambiguity was not something I could afford.

Co-published with KPBSWith our support, KPBS North County reporter Tania Thorne takes us to a motel in Escondido, California, that will soon be a place of …

Co-published with Believer MagazineIf you’re considering van-dwelling in the city, here are some of the rules I adopted over the years to make it work.

Co-published with Literary Hub. Poet Jen Fitzgerald chronicles her struggle with housing insecurity in a series of stunning fact-based poems and personal images.

Co-published with The Oklahoman. A floral design program at Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City that was created to help homeless and low-income residents find employment has been …

Co-published with Slate. What do stay-at-home orders mean when there’s nowhere to stay?

Co-published with The New York Review of Books. As the housing crisis intensifies across the Bay Area, an activist group of black mothers called Moms 4 …

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