Poverty Tag

Co-published with Believer Magazine. In low-income communities, a nickname becomes a means to combat hardship — and an avenue for reinvention.

Co-published with the Washington PostI hope that I am among the last who will languish for years with swollen gums and big dreams.

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 Document JournalThe photographer captures the human faces of America's male suicide crisis while confronting the socio-economic factors behind it.

Co-published with the Washington Post. Four new books examine the premise that impoverishment is a moral failing.

Co-published with The Guardian. As inequality has grown, American seniors have been exposed to financial distress in ways that often go unnoticed.

Co-published with The New York TimesWhatever happened to the "gangbanger"?

This story originally appeared in the Spring 2017 issue of Oxford American with support from EHRP. What an unsolved double murder in Kentucky reveals about America’s military-industrial complex.

Co-published with 4ColumnsOn TV, the super-rich get away with it yet again.

Co-published with Refinery29. An intimate look at life in this "hidden gem" within New York City, through the eyes of the young women who live there.

Co-published with Lenny LetterHow becoming a single mom in a depressed town helped one woman let go of perfection.

Co-published with WAMU | Washington, DC. The Padua Project in Fort Worth, Texas, has set a goal of getting 100 poor people out of poverty in three years — with …

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