The Story of Baby O—and the Case That Could Gut Native Sovereignty
Co-published with The Nation. Baby O’s case is at the center of a lawsuit to bring down the Indian Child Welfare Act. But far from proving ICWA should …
‘I Have To Make These Years Count’
Co-published with Fast Company. Tanya Perry vowed to give her daughter, Nikki, more opportunity than she had. But even as Nikki accomplished her goals, racism and economic mobility …
Ambition Diaries: Still Not Equal
Co-published with Fast Company. On the second episode of Ambition Diaries, we hear stories of workplace discrimination.
The Anti-Indigenous Handbook
Co-published with the Texas Observer. Across the globe, anti-Indigenous organizations work to undermine the collective rights of Indigenous peoples. This collection of reports reveals some of the …
Corporate Virtue Signaling Is Fine. But Actions Matter More.
Co-published with the Los Angeles Times. U.S. corporations are ‘virtue signaling’ like crazy on race. But actions speak louder than words.
Are White Men Accessing COVID-19 Screening More Than Others?
Co-published with The Crisis. The federal government has failed to report publicly which groups in our communities have received access to COVID-19 testing and treatment.
Co-published with The Progressive. In order to determine what a progressive agenda to repair and revitalize democracy should be, we need to understand what has gone awry.
Want to Vote? Pay Up.
Co-published with The New Republic. In many states, ex-felons are required to settle debts before they can cast a ballot—a modern twist on poll taxes, disenfranchising …
Artist Withdraws Proposed Faneuil Hall Slave Memorial After Boston NAACP Says It Will Oppose It
Co-published with WBUR. After nearly two years in the making, artist Steve Locke is withdrawing his proposal for a slave trade memorial in front of Faneuil …
I’m a Black Physician. I Understand When Patients Say They Don’t Trust Medicine.
Co-published with The Philadelphia Inquirer. If white people were under-treated for pain at the same rate black people are today, institutions and individuals would be swiftly held accountable.