Creative Nonfiction

Behind the Spotlight, Part 2

“You have five minutes remaining.” When the test prompter gave the five-minute warning I started to panic. I had only answered five questions and I had 30 more questions to go. I learned from the Kaplan […]


Hack the Hood on #HackFosterCare

Last month, we joined leaders within tech, philanthropy, the social sector, the White House and former foster youth who convened at Google in San Francisco to think of ways that technology could help improve the […]

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Journalism for Social Change

Alone in a California Courtroom: A Call for Legal Representation in Immigration Court

According to an ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations report, in 2015 over 200,000 Mexican and Central American immigrants were deported from the United States by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency. Jose Padilla, a […]