Penny Rawlings is relieved to finally get her brother into rehab at a place called Cenikor. She doesn’t realize that getting him out of treatment is going to be the bigger problem.
By law, domestic abusers are banned from owning guns. But too often, those laws aren’t enforced, and the consequences can be deadly.
An ER doctor in New York City shares his experience amid the COVID-19 pandemic: “I don’t think we’ve had time to process what’s happened to us.”
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As part of our comics series about inequality amid the pandemic, a realtor in the Hamptons reflects on how COVID-19 has changed the meaning of home.
A funeral director in South Carolina shares what it’s like to plan socially distanced funerals.
This comic shares the experiences of someone working in Amazon’s Staten Island warehouse during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Even though I don’t wanna die from COVID-19, I’d rather die fighting for a cause trying to save people’s lives.”
Part of our illustrated series on inequity in the time of pandemic.
A Texas woman seeking an abortion asks: “Why is my life not important enough to the governor and the other men making these decisions?”
“We were actually the first company to build a quote unquote luxury bunker. The first quarter of 2020 I saw a 2,000% increase in the amount of inquiries.”