This story is the first in a series about how Louisiana communities are recovering from hurricanes during the COVID-19 pandemic, with support form the Pulitzer Center's Connected Coastlines project.
The Oxford American, Summer/Fall 2020 issue
The Bitter Southerner
featured in the The Bitter Southerner Reader: Volume 4
Dispatches as Southerly's Gulf Coast Correspondent:
How faith leaders organized to win two major environmental victories in Louisiana, co-reported with Sara Sneath
How Louisiana's oil and gas industry uses prison labor, Powerlines Project (co-published by Scalawag Magazine, Southerly Magazine, and the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture at Columbia University).
High stakes for the climate in Louisiana elections, Scalawag Magazine
20,000 AT&T workers in the South went on strike--and won, Scalawag Magazine
Winning labor rights in the South means changing state laws, Scalawag Magazine
Old Bridge, New Cliques, Down East Magazine
Two Houses on the Eatonton-Milledgeville Road, The Bitter Southerner
Knowing Phyllis Austin, Down East Magazine
Photo by Katie Sikora
Photo by Bill Aron
Photo by Johnathon Kelso