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Co-published with Harper's MagazineCan a city stop a housing crisis?

Co-published with The New Yorker. A historic walkout against the Big Three automakers could shape the trajectory of one of America’s most politically salient regions.

Co-published with PrismFour months after the Norfolk Southern East Palestine train derailment, workers and citizens fight against the toxicity of an industry that has cut corners at every turn.

Co-published with DefectorAs a full-time worker, as well as a single mom responsible for three children, Nieshea Walker still can’t afford the average market-rate rental apartment in Cincinnati.

Co-published with EsquireThere are at least three million caregivers under age twenty-five in America. The burdens they face are unprecedented. Their resolve is our only hope.

Co-published with The Believer. A striking series of documentary poems about ex-offenders and their struggle to find housing after prison in Cleveland, Ohio.

Co-published with The Daily Beast. These voters were made—not born. The way to change that may be a contemporary New Deal to support “laboratories” to restore American greatness and a fair deal for workers.

Co-published with The New Republic. With General Motors workers on strike since mid-September, a labor union in Ohio votes on a controversial contract.

Co-published with The New Republic. The shuttering of the GM works in Lordstown will also bury a lost chapter in the fight for workers’ control.

Co-published with Longreads. When she attends an elite private college on scholarship, Alison Stine discovers that education isn’t quite the equalizer she expected it to be.

Co-published with The GuardianIn a tiny south-eastern Ohio town in the Appalachian foothills, the Hazel Ginsburg Well is holding waste from out-of-state fracking operations – a sludge of toxic chemicals and undrinkable water.

Co-published with ReutersAppalachia needs a new chance to do what it does best: make it work.

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