On LA’s Skid Row, women survive in a man’s world

Photographer Sarah Reingewirtz and I wandered around Skid Row in June, a few weeks after a Los Angeles County report found that the number of women who are homeless is increasing. We wanted to understand why so many women lived on Skid Row, and why services for them was lacking. Here's what we found: (Daily... Continue Reading →

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The story of genocide carved in stone

I grew up within a mostly Armenian American community, where the stories of the genocide were retold and never forgotten. My grandmother too, survived this time. The Assyrians called it the time of the sword or Seyfo. So when I wrote about this memorial, I was quietly overcome with sorrow. To me, it was the... Continue Reading →

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