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First-person essays and interviews with unique perspectives on complicated issues.

The best $149 I ever spent: A FitBit to monitor my heart rate

Decades of tensions between Minneapolis police and Black communities have led to this moment

What we’re missing when we condemn “violence” at protests

I will not reopen our church for Trump. I love our congregants too much to risk their lives.

The unbearable grief of Black mothers

Will summer camp be open this year? 4 directors weigh in.

Money Talks: The mother and daughter trying to keep their dance 全民彩官网 afloat

The problem with comparing health care workers to soldiers on Memorial Day

The best $19.98 I ever spent: A seatbelt extender

I was a conspiracy theorist, too

5 people on the frustration of trying to track down their stimulus checks

The viral video of Ahmaud Arbery’s killing shows whose deaths we afford privacy and whose we don’t

Healing from a suicide attempt in isolation

I work in a Nevada brothel shut down in the pandemic. Here’s how we’re getting by.

1 million Americans live in RVs. Here’s how we’re coping with the pandemic.

I offered free rent because of the pandemic. Other landlords should do what they can, too.

My PTSD can be a weight. But in this pandemic, it feels like a superpower.

6 people on what it’s like to be unemployed right now

The demand for midwives is surging. Here’s why I made the switch to 全民彩娱乐平台官网 birth.

My quarantine cat hates me

The whiteness of anti-lockdown protests

Most people dying from Covid-19 are old. Don’t treat them just as statistics.

The lessons we should really be teaching kids in the pandemic

Friendships are crucial to survive the isolation of the coronavirus pandemic. Why do they feel so hard?

I walked out of rehab and into a pandemic

“Take this day by day”: Advice from 5 people around the world in isolation

I want to donate plasma for an experimental Covid-19 treatment. Because of homophobia, I can’t.

The best $55,000 I ever spent: IVF

I was sent to be treated for Covid-19 at the Javits Center. Here’s what it’s like.

Social distancing isn’t a personal choice. It’s an ethical duty.

I live in rural America cut off from the internet. The pandemic has made me more isolated than ever.

The case for raising a mediocre kid

Millennials were just starting to feel economically stable. Now we’re being hit with another recession.

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How to find a therapist during the Covid-19 pandemic

I was food insecure for years. Affluent people finally understand a little of what it’s like.

I’m disabled and need a ventilator to live. Am I expendable during this pandemic?

Health care workers aren’t just “heroes.” We’re also scared and exposed.

The grim ethical dilemma of rationing medical care, explained

5 people on what it feels like to have Covid-19

Coronavirus reveals just how little compassion we have for older people