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As part of the Center for Health Journalism Fellowship, journalists work with a senior fellow to develop a special project. Recent projects have examined health disparities by ZIP code in the San Francisco Bay Area, anxiety disorders and depression in the Hispanic immigrant community in Washington state, and the importance of foreign-born doctors to health care in rural communities.

Illustration by Theo Grace Quest
Abuse can take place anywhere, and the perpetrator can be anyone.
SOURCE Michigan Department of Education
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says Michigan should improve how it regulates the usage of a controversial tactic educators deployed nearly 94,000 times since lawmakers tried to tamp down on the maneuvers.
Danny Kim walking in his backyard garden on Sept. 15 in Fresno, Calif.
The lack of providers who speak Khmer is cited as one of the factors keeping more Cambodian refugees from receiving treatment.
Illustration by Theo Grace Quest
An investigation by KJZZ and the Arizona Daily Star found that physical and sexual abuse, as well as neglect, can occur anywhere — and often, nothing is done about it.
A statue of an Apsara, or female celestial figure featured prominently in Cambodian mythology. Captured at the Cambodian Buddhis
Forty years after resettlement, this community is still grappling with the aftermath of the Khmer Rouge regime.
Cambodian refugees in Thailand.
Treating their trauma is complex: Language and cultural barriers make it hard for many to access mental health care.
Illustration by Theo Grace Quest
An investigation by KJZZ and the Arizona Daily Star found that physical and sexual abuse, as well as neglect, can occur anywhere — and often, nothing is done about it.
Maria Lee, left, with her mother, Maria D. Jimenez, at her parent’s home in San Antonio. Lee is an insurance broker, but she doe
The goal is to keep patients from falling through the cracks in the health care system — cracks that can be more dangerous for Latinos in San Antonio's South Side.
Carolina stands behind a homemade food cart at the Guatemalan Night Market in the Westlake neighborhood of Los Angeles.
But as California moves to decriminalize street vending, many wonder if aggressive policing will stop.
Farmer Jason Othmer operates a combine as he harvests corn near Vesta, an unincorporated community in Johnson County in southeas
There are few staff to monitor Nebraska’s vast swaths of farmland, thousands of cattle feedlots, large hog operations and chicken farms. And the agencies’ own regulations don’t give the staff many tools to combat malpractice.

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