After producing a series on addiction and homelessness, The Public’s Radio wanted to bring the reporting to people who are closest to these issues.
Community & Public Health
A lot of thought and effort went into one outlet's investigation of sudden deaths among high school athletes. Here’s an inside look into how they did it.
Addiction experts say the recent increase in overdose deaths could be linked to the closure of the Tenderloin Linkage Center, a facility that helped drug users and people without housing access services.
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.
I spent six months reporting on the abuse and mistreatment Black children experience. The topics ranged from child sexual abuse, to suicidal ideation, to mental health crises.
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.
A new reporting project on carbon monoxide poisoning in New York will analyze CO-related housing violations in New York City. Who is responsible when it comes to ensuring residents have detectors?
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.