Florida is an unexpected safe haven for abortion, but it also has a history of anti-abortion extremism – and harassment at clinics is escalating.
Mohamed Al Elew
Mohamed Al Elew (he/him) is a data reporter for Reveal. He received his bachelor’s degree in computer science at the University of California San Diego, where he was a research scholar at the Data Science Institute and served as editor-in-chief of The Triton, the school’s independent student newsroom. As an intern at CalMatters, he worked on an award-winning investigation into instruction lost at California public schools due to natural disasters and infrastructure failures. He is based in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Abortion’s Last Stand in the South: A Post-Roe Future Is Already Happening in Florida
Reports of harassment, disturbance and violence outside the state’s clinics are skyrocketing, while the federal law meant to protect clinics doesn’t cover the kind of tactics common today.
If we want to quickly combat climate change, we need to deal with “the other” greenhouse gas: methane.
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The teen reporter, the evictions and the church
Three stories from local reporters who uncovered injustice and inequality in their hometowns, from an Ohio eviction crisis to Kentucky state police training materials that quoted Adolf Hitler.
If we want to slow climate change, we have to slash methane pollution. Methane is heating up the planet and threatens the health of people who live near drill sites.
Lawmaker calls for ‘immediate action’ to address racial disparities in PPP lending
California Democrat Rep. Judy Chu is demanding an accounting of the Paycheck Protection Program following Reveal’s exposé of extreme inequities in the rollout of the multibillion-dollar initiative.
Rampant racial disparities plagued how billions of dollars in PPP loans were distributed in the U.S.
An analysis of Paycheck Protection Program lending reveals stark disparities across the country. In the LA area, businesses in White neighborhoods received loans at a far higher rate than in Latinx, Black and Asian ones.
Banking on inequity
Billions of dollars were supposed to help small businesses through the Paycheck Protection Program. But the money was marred by racial inequity.
Which neighborhoods were neglected by the Paycheck Protection Program?
Explore where Paycheck Protection Program loans were distributed across U.S. states and territories in Reveal’s interactive map.
What are injury rates like at Amazon warehouses?
Look up injury rates at the Amazon warehouse that ships your package, along with more than 150 other warehouses across the country.