Victoria Bouloubasis will cover the intersection of environmental issues and economic mobility in Latinx, immigrant, and refugee communities in North Carolina.
The slow road to getting vaccinated after back-to-back hurricanes
A state program aims to make COVID-19 vaccinations accessible to residents of southwest Louisiana, where vaccine rates are low and people are displaced.
Tap water could be linked to dangerous lead levels in Jackson’s kids. Mississippi isn’t keeping track.
Children with dangerous levels of lead in their bodies live in parts of Jackson with documented lead-in-water spikes, a Southerly analysis shows.
The multibillion dollar question: What will it take to fix the South’s broken water systems?
The winter storm revealed the fragility of rural and urban water systems. Biden’s new infrastructure plan could help improve them — but it’s only a start.
Low-income Texans already face frigid temperatures at home. Then the winter storm hit.
Poor energy efficiency and weatherization standards in Southern states made it even harder for people to stay warm and safe.
New USPS data tells a story about climate change and displacement.
The legal battle over the proposed pipeline has become a flashpoint in a national conversation about environmental justice and land grabs by fossil fuel companies.
This story was originally published by The Current. Pillows are in short supply at the Lafayette warehouse operated by the Acadiana Regional Coalition on Homelessness and…
In a county with high rates of food insecurity, longtime residents are working to fill the gaps.
The public has until March 26 to comment on the proposed Ocmulgee National Park and Preserve.
For seven months, Southerly has stayed on a story that received far too little media attention. Here’s how we did it.