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"My dream of riding a truck and drinking endless cups of chai with truck drivers at dhabas or roadside eateries was shattered by COVID-19."
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A scholar-activist explains how she forced the system to be more transparent and accountable.
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This documentary-style podcast give listeners a close-up view of unsheltered homelessness. Episode 9 takes some of the questions posed by listeners throughout the series, and gives people who are homeless a chance to weigh in.
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A volunteer serves food during a community meal event for the one-year anniversary of the November 2018 Camp Fire.
For the survivors of the deadliest blaze in California history, the pandemic was a disaster upon a disaster. A reporter reflects on lessons learned while reporting on food insecurity after the 2018 blaze.
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Long-term exposure to both contaminants has been linked to numerous types of cancer by the state of California and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Water Agencies And Advoca
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Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: The Trace is looking for a managing editor
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 Blanca, an Oceano renter, has struggled to get her landlord to make repairs in her apartment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Tribune spent nine months investigating the issue by talking to residents, conducting surveys, speaking to experts and evaluating government resources.
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The western Coachella Valley's three overnight homeless shelters have closed, sending nearly 100 individuals back onto the streets amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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President Trump receives experimental COVID-19 treatments, coronavirus has killed 1 in 1,000 Black Americans, tribal healthcare struggles in the face of the pandemic
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"As a black man from the South, my body bears proof of white supremacy’s persistence and limitations," writes author and Center for Health Journalism Fellow Issac Bailey in his new book.
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La pandemia ha agravado las condiciones de pobreza en las que viven comunidades a lo largo de la frontera entre México y Estados Unidos. Los efectos se han sentido en la salud, el empleo y los bolsillos de cada persona



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