In this webinar, we’ll examine the progress in reforming criminal justice and innovative initiatives to put community safety into the hands of communities themselves. Reporters will leave with a deeper understanding of how public safety policies and practices shape health and life outcomes.
Community & Public Health
Latino and Black renters, regardless of income, make up the highest percentage of tenants with maintenance deficiencies that can affect their health, according to public data.
Two domestic violence advocates explain why "transformative justice" offers an urgently needed alternative.
This article was produced as a project for the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2022 Data Fellowship.
After three years of weekly dispatches, today marks our second-to-last Coronavirus Files newsletter.
Environmental reporter Tony Briscoe of the Los Angeles Times and investigative reporter Joe Rubin share strategies for covering complex stories of pollution and regulatory failure.
Civil rights advocates and experts have long argued that these technologies reinforce structural racism and target poor and low-income communities.
I spent months talking with Black folks for my series, “Lost Innocence: The Adultification of Black Children.” Here’s what I learned.
Part II: As artists move into the former base, the level of contamination reaches the point where 'if it can't be cleaned, stay the hell out.'
The one-time economic engine of the 'Harlem of the West' has become an environmental disaster area—and the city isn't taking it seriously.