November 12, 2021
Opinion: Undercover Journalism is Worth It
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) — In 2016, Mother Jones journalist Shane Bauer embarked on a dangerous mission: He embedded with a right-wing […]
October 6, 2021
Analyst: Bosnia’s Decision Not to Admit Afghan Refugees is Not Surprising
Hashmat Moslih, an independent Afghan analyst, told The Click that Bosnia already has "enough on their plate" when it comes to migrants.
May 4, 2021
A Team of Refugees Had a Plan to Fight COVID-19 in Georgia’s Most Diverse County. It’s Working.
(ATLANTA) – It would be hard to miss the large white truck with the giant black and yellow logo shuttling […]
February 22, 2021
Coast Guard Rescues Cubans Stranded At Sea For More Than A Month
(MIAMI) — Lieutenants Justin Doughtery and Riley Beecher may not think of themselves as heroes, but to three Cuban nationals, […]
December 11, 2020
Resilience is Woven into Philly’s Fabric Row
A historic section of Philadelphia known as a central point for business and commerce for over a century, South Fourth Street’s Fabric Row contains only seven fabric stores today. According to one source, there were around 25 fabric stores on Fourth Street in 1950. As the row has changed, so too have the fabric store owners and new small business owners looking to earn a living.