COVID-19's toll on tenants: Falling behind and crossing fingers

The pandemic has been a massive public health concern, but its economic fallout has left some people at risk of losing their homes.

Social inequities exacerbate COVID-19 pandemic's racial gaps

Blacks and Latinos are more vulnerable to COVID-19 for the same reasons driving other disparities: structural racism and poverty.

COVID-19 has taken something from each of us

One year in, the COVID-19 pandemic has upset social patterns, robbed people of their livelihoods, and claimed many lives.

Coronavirus and civil unrest are forever linked

George Floyd and Daniel Prude died at the hands of police officers, and both killings fueled protests nationally and locally.

The arts go dim due to COVID-19

The pandemic has been a slog for arts organizations, whose bottom lines have been decimated shutdowns.

The pandemic's school daze

The 12-month COVID-19 pandemic is often described as a “lost year,” and perhaps nowhere has that been felt more than in schools.

COVID-19 changed the way we vote — and who votes

It took a global pandemic for New York to experiment with allowing all registered voters to cast their ballots by mail.

WFH: The pandemic turned homes into workplaces

As government-mandated COVID-19 shutdowns forced companies to reduce office headcounts, many rapidly shifted to work-from-home models.


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