One lesson stands out from my time reporting in the Mississippi Delta on the mass constructive evictions of residents from an apartment complex there called Sunset Village: Be there.
Housing and Homeslessness
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An unhoused man in Milwaukee reflects on his struggles, shedding light on how hard it can be to escape the grip of homlessness.
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A new data project will seek to provide fresh answers to that question.
A journalist shares her strategies for reporting on homelessness and addiction, with an emphasis on trust-building, a shared sense of humanity, and expert perspectives.
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A multigenerational Detroit family faces displacement and environmental concerns as the automotive industry's expansion threatens their neighborhood.
By uncovering the lack of data and oversight in California's mobile home parks, this investigative reporter explores the severe conditions and health risks faced by residents.
The author meets Elijah (10), who shares board games but hesitates to discuss eviction. They bond over shared interests, and Elijah's advice helps others.