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Co-published with TIMEWe must help ease the economic burden for patients who have chronic diseases, as well as the stigma that trails them.

Co-published with Oldster Magazine. "Like hundreds of thousands of men in their early 60s across the country, I was forced to start to get used to the idea that the marketplace may be deciding that I am

TikTok creator Caitlyn Clark (@c.a.i.t.l.y.n) discusses Alissa Quart’s new Jacobin article about the crisis facing American media.

Co-published with JacobinMass layoffs are tearing through US media.

Co-published with Nieman Reports. Alissa Quart on the reporting behind her book “Bootstrapped."

Co-published with Rolling Stone. A veteran reporter looks back on when he was laid off from his newspaper gig and instead of taking a dead-end desk job turned to running van loads of marijuana across state lines.

Co-published with Literary Hub. “Even after 25 years in journalism, I never knew humanity the way I did working at a strip club and moving product.”

Co-published with Columbia Journalism Review. We can cover the joyous and quotidian stuff of life, telling stories that truly engage, while at the same time recognizing pleasure’s underbelly.

Co-published with HyperallergicDiana Weymar collaborated with the Economic Hardship Reporting Project to center the work of writers tackling economic and racial justice — using embroidery.

Co-published with Fast CompanyIn the first in our new series with Fast Company, author Alex Miller tells the story of how his New School professor helped him get published when he had lost all hope.

Co-published with Fast Company826 Valencia and YR Media teach kids whose voices often go unheard how to create their own powerful stories.

Co-published with Next Avenue. Finding stability and security for my mom and me is always my primary goal, writes Alex Veeneman.

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