Photographing Portland’s Summer of Rage
Co-published with the Washington Post. Photojournalist Rian Dundon captures the first 100 days of the ongoing Portland protests in a breathtaking series of street protest photography.
‘We wanted to work the land with our kids’: the Black US farmers reclaiming the soil
Co-published with The Guardian. A fledgling movement towards Black-owned farms seeks to address the lack of land ownership and fresh food in many communities of color.
How Many Cameras Does One Protest Need?
Co-published with The Nation. Livestreamers and citizen journalists are providing constant, steady footage of the protests for Black Lives. Is that a good thing?
The West on Fire
Co-published with Sierra Magazine. A photographer explores the devastation left behind by the Oregon and California wildfires.
Blood on the Sidewalk: A Look at the Political Clashes of the Trump Era
Co-published with Mother Jones. We ignore the rise of this extreme political affect at our own peril.
How I Learned to Be Hungry
Co-published with The Nation. America’s nutrition conundrum can mean swinging between two extremes of bad eating.
When White People Say They Have My Back, What Does That Actually Mean?
Co-published with The Nation. For a few weeks in Portland, I got a glimpse of what real solidarity looks like.
In This Teen Book Club, “The Outsiders” Leads to Talk of Boys and ICE
Co-published with Bright. The political divide between these conservative kids and their immigrant friends disappears through frank conversation and a shared love of literature.
Three Women Discuss Why They Voted for Trump
Co-published with ELLE. Over the next few months, Linda Tirado will be talking to a group of women in America about what influenced them to vote for …
Ex-Occupier Is Bringing Revolution to Small-Town Oregon
Co-published with Fusion. This is revolutionary: Trying to take control of a city council in a small town and then give the power to people.
I Love My Children and I Owe Them So Much Money
Co-published with Jezebel. (Excerpt) The majority of child support debt is owed by parents making less than $10,000.
The Darkness in Burns, Oregon
Co-published with Rolling Stone. I visited the area in Oregon where armed white militants took over a wildlife refuge, and I felt like a sitting black duck.