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"As a journalist and as a person, there’s something therapeutic about being entrusted with someone’s personal rock bottom, and being a vessel for their story," writes journalist Jazelle Hunt. "There’s something therapeutic and powerful about standing with someone in his or her pain."

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It was Felix the cat who set it off, a great black outline of the cartoon character with his name emblazoned across his chest in a bygone typography. He spoke of an L.A. from the big, big 1950’s, a mythical all the way to the top time. But for me, standing on Figueroa Blvd. in 2014 Felix set off...

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For African Americans, cultural considerations can significantly shape the way survivors and their communities handle rape.

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Hoy is engaged in a year-long project looking at the health challenges of Latino workers and communities in the Midwest as well as the degree to which enforcement agencies are, or are not, protecting them.

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