Gay Couple Struggles to Stay Together as War in Ukraine Rages On
June 22, 2022
Originally published by Rolling Stone, June 22, 2022. Russian bombs brought Stepan and Maxim together. Now Russian bombs have driven them apart. The men, now both in their early thirties, were living almost 20 miles apart in the eastern Ukrainian region called the Donbas, where Russian-backed separatists went to war in 2014. They likely would […]Read More
February 2, 2022
A community of urban ballroom dancers in Detroit has been decimated by covid. But the survivors aim to keep on dancing. Posted originally in The Washington Post Magazine on February 2, 2022. Charlotte Andrews has hazy memories from the three weeks she spent on a ventilator in the early part of the pandemic: struggling so hard to […]Read More
'They Just Launched a War'
June 7, 2021
Protesters took to the streets last summer to protest police violence. Lawsuits making headway in Columbus and other cities are showing that the police crackdown helped prove their point. Posted originally by Politico Magazine on May 9, 2021, at 07:00 a.m. EDT. Tammy Fournier-Alsaada was addressing a crowd in front of Ohio’s domed Capitol building […]Read More