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A reporter reflects on her journey through South Asian grocery stores in the Bay Area, where getting people to talk proved tricky.
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A veteran investigative reporter unpacks one of the pandemic's biggest tragedies.
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In a Latino community near Chicago, too many victims of COVID are identified as white, Black or other.
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The achievement gap has long been a public education concern. Now the pandemic has widened it even more.
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As costs mount to treat the often-debilitating symptoms that linger after infection, desperate patients turn to crowdfunding.
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How policy decisions in Virginia led Latinos to being among the most likely to get infected, hospitalized and die in the first two years of the pandemic.
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Lisa Krieger of the San Jose Mercury News, Victoria Colliver of POLITICO, and Alejandro Lazo of CalMatters on the storylines they're tracking.
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Rocha Garcia’s anxiety touched on a rarely discussed reality of life in San Antonio: Your health, as well as your quality of life and opportunities, are powerfully influenced by where you live.
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La fisura en el rendimiento ha sido una preocupación de la educación pública. Ahora la pandemia ha ampliado aún más la grieta.
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Wilmington, California, has experienced hundreds more deaths than it does on average. Power, pollution, and poverty all play a role.



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