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Co-published with The Guardian. Across a cluster of low-income, mostly Black neighborhoods, toxic waste sites risk contaminating an aquifer and endangering the lives of residents with noxious emissions.

Co-published with The Nation. A celebratory look at the 45 days of fierce protest, shrewd organizing, and ferocious solidarity that ended the debt nightmare that had engulfed …

Co-published with In These Times. Courtenay Brown knows she could be on the streets if she loses her job at an Amazon Fresh unit. She’s speaking …

Co-published with In These TimesInspired by his father and grandfather, Sean Carlisle is organizing to win stronger safety measures for his fellow workers.

Co-published with In These Times. As a driver for an Amazon subcontractor, Frank Chavez encountered unsanitary conditions—including bottles of his coworkers’ urine. Now he’s standing up …

Co-published with In These Times. Hibaq Mohamed organized her community in a fight against Amazon, protesting working conditions at a fulfillment center with one of the …

Co-published with Believer Magazine. Adjunct professors, most with no health benefits or job security, fear a new level of vulnerability during the pandemic.

Co-published with Pittsburgh City Paper. For people with disabilities, an extended stay in a rehab or nursing facility during a pandemic can be especially worrying.

Apocalypse wow! A satirical parody of how the rich are coping with the coronavirus pandemic.

Co-published with The Nation. They stock the shelves at grocery stores, dispatch 911 calls, and pick crops. They deserve their due.

Co-published with the Washington Post. In a series of breathtaking sketches, illustrator Steve Brodner memorializes the lesser-known victims of the coronavirus pandemic.

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