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January 10, 2023
Why Farmworker Legalization Failed
The Farm Workforce Modernization Act’s failure to become law reveals critical divisions within the immigrant rights movement.
December 23, 2022
Another Very Covid Christmas
We enter a third holiday season in the pandemic. Has anything changed?
Camilo José Vergara
December 6, 2022
Will This Ukrainian Town Be Repaired by Winter?
Borodyanka was destroyed by Russian missiles during the war. Now, elderly residents are trying to get their homes back before temperatures plunge below freezing.
December 1, 2022
A “Prevention Revolution” Offers Hope in the World’s Largest HIV Epidemic
New forms of PrEP to prevent HIV, like injectable CAB-LA, are coming. Public health officials hope they’ll help South Africa’s young women, one of the most impacted groups in the world, avoid the virus.
November 25, 2022
A Turning Point in the Search for Victims of Forced Disappearance
Women from Medellín’s Comuna 13 neighborhood have fought for 20 years to excavate a mass grave site. Now, the search has finally begun.
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November 17, 2022
These Moms Are Leading the Fight Against Environmental Racism
In Los Angeles, the fight against toxic air pollution is a family affair.
October 26, 2022
How Black Landowners in the South Are Recovering Lost Generational Wealth
and farm consolidation contributed to decades of Black-owned land loss
. In North Carolina, many are fighting to recoup what was lost.
October 25, 2022
Can These Farmers Decolonize the Wine Industry?
In California and beyond, a new generation of winemaker-activists are using hybrid and indigenous grapes to create transformational change.
September 30, 2022
What the Government Never Learned From Puerto Rico
Five years after Category 5 Hurricane María, Puerto Rico still wasn’t ready for the Category 1 Fiona. Why can’t federal and local governments be trusted to lead recovery?
Israel Meléndez Ayala
September 14, 2022
Biden vs. Newsom on Farmworkers’ Right To Vote
In a heated debate over farmworker voting rights, California’s governor refuses to sign a bill to make it easier for workers to win union recognition.