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Kim Moore sits on her bed in a small unit of an unpermitted Mid-City apartment complex cited by the city in 2019.
Part Two explores the dramatic decline in city housing inspections during the pandemic — and what that has meant for tenants struggling to keep a roof over their head
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Maravilla senior living community residents gather for an Earth Day celebration in April.
After months of isolation, residents start getting together again for meals and activities, including a symbolic tree planting.
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This essay was prepared as part of a project on health equity by Register reporter Sarah Klearman with support from the Impact Fund, a program of the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism. ...
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 A mobile clinic vaccinates Central American Indigenous residents in Los Angeles in April.
Two surveys of Los Angeles residents carry lessons for vaccine outreach efforts.
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The saga of tenants at one dilapidated Mid-City housing complex is emblematic of a citywide problem that got worse during the pandemic.
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We, the housed, worried about our jobs, food, gas, family, friends, and our future during the pandemic. The homeless did not get a chance to think about any of that.
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Payphones for use by residents of the River Ranch Farmworker Center in St. Helena.
This story is part of a larger project series, "Voices from the Vineyard," led by Sarah Klearman, a 2020 Impact Fellow. She is reporting on how the twin crises of the pandemic and the wildfires have impacted the health of the valley’s farmworkers and their families....
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Editor's Note: This essay was written by a youth who took part in a health equity essay-writing workshop led by Sarah Klearman in connection with her Impact Fund project.
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Un niño observa las fotos de mujeres víctimas de feminicidios que se colocaron como homenaje en el puente Teodoro Moscoso
Puerto Rico está en una emergencia por violencia de género. En respuesta a más de tres años de reclamos y manifestaciones feministas, el gobernador Pedro Pierluisi emitió en enero de 2021 una orden ejecutiva con la que se comprometió a unir esfuerzos entre agencias y organizaciones para hacerle fren
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Fort Worth Reporter is looking for a health reporter. Colorado Public Radio is seeking a health, education, and justice team editor.
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Hospital closures worsen disparities during pandemic; it's been a week for the lab-leak theory; do vaccines need a boost?
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