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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 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 SlateTeaching the legal profession to understand the effects of trauma.

Co-published with The Appeal. Public safety is not improved by stricter probation and parole rules, researchers have found.

Co-published with The Nation. Photos from the grassroots food distribution networks that are keeping Los Angeles’s undocumented communities afloat.

Co-published with The Guardian. Working for the county probation department, the largest in the nation, means being equal parts social worker and law enforcement.

Co-published with Slate. I was homeless in Salt Lake City. But nothing prepared me for what I saw in Los Angeles’ Koreatown.

Co-published with The American Prospect. Poor and working-class neighborhoods often view new art galleries as heralds of gentrification—but some artists have joined with residents to fight …

Co-published with Alternet. The truth of the company's impact is more complicated—and less lofty—than democratizing travel.

Co-published with The New York Review of BooksMelissa Chadburn on anger, organizing, and the persistence necessary to carry on.

Co-published with VICEPeople across America are pitched what seems like a win-win: make your house more climate-friendly for little or no money down. Advocates say it's …

Co-published with The GuardianIf an unexpected medical emergency bankrupts you, you view yourself as a victim of bad fortune – while seeing other bankruptcy court clients …

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