A photographer reflects on the Black communities that have shaped his life in Buffalo, New York.
Neighborhoods experienced the wrath of white supremacy against a busing program to integrate schools like Bogan High School in the 70s.
The Mckenzie Patrice-Croom Water Lab, which opened to the public last year, wants to change the relationship between people and water in Flint.
The program's director wrote that "no federal money was better spent" than on a children's theatre program in Gary, Indiana.
Pandemic unemployment benefits are a lifeline for more than four hundred thousand Pennsylvanians. But payments stalled this year.
A 2020 study found that formerly redlined neighborhoods are hotter than other areas in the same city. Here’s why.
Many of the most important reforms at the root of the city’s water crisis remain undone.
In the twentieth century, dams transformed the landscape of Appalachia. What was lost in the process?
Chicago organizers share the immigration policies that they believe President Biden should prioritize.
A photographer’s exploration of the city she calls home, in its quietest hours.
In Washtenaw County, Michigan, mutual aid projects are providing housing and tenant rights support for renters as the end of the eviction moratorium looms.
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