Santa Fe Reporter
Ante Up May 11, 2016 – On the Pueblo of Pojoaque’s dispute with New Mexico over casino taxes.
Network Disruption July 6, 2016 – How two mental health patients dealt with losing services after New Mexico, citing fraud, stripped Medicaid funding from fifteen providers.
CannaBusted August 17, 2016 – Despite an ordinance decriminalizing marijuana, Santa Fe city police continued arresting people for petty pot possession.
Chop Suey on San Francisco Street January 18, 2017 – On George Park, the Chinese man who started a successful business and raised a prominent family in Santa Fe during Chinese Exclusion
Who Gets a Public Defender? November 18, 2015 – Hampered by a statewide funding crisis, St. Louis’ chief public defender stopped taking misdemeanor clients.
After #Ferguson (With Raven Rakia) October 8, 2014 – An on-the-ground look at roots of activism planted in Ferguson in the immediate weeks after protests simmered down.
What it Was Like Living Under Police Occupation in Ferguson August 27, 2014 – How residents of Michael Brown’s neighborhood dealt with nights of chaos.
St. Louis Is Burning May 10, 2013 – Tons of Cold War-era nuclear weapons waste are buried beneath a landfill in Bridgeton, Missouri, a working-class suburb near St. Louis.
What We Talk About When We Talk About Racism at Mizzou November 13, 2015 – Voices from a sports bar during the racial protests that brought down MU’s president and chancellor.
Hong Kong’s Massive Pro-Democracy Demonstrations Are Only Expected to Grow September 30, 2014 – A dispatch during the height of the pro-democracy Umbrella Movement.