NEW INEWSOURCE INVESTIGATION
Restrictive covenants on real estate deeds prohibited non-white people from owning or renting homes in San Diego County. Though they’re illegal now, inewsource uncovered that these clauses still exist in thousands of county records. They are a vestige of time when discrimination was trendy.
Studying how these covenants operated offers insight into how the U.S. has treated marginalized groups. Our investigation also reveals how individuals and lawmakers challenged this form of systemic discrimination.
by Roxana Popescu y|y November 17, 2021
More than 5,000 people in San Diego and Imperial counties are now monitored through the ICE surveillance program, reflecting a national trend.
Even under pandemic rules, California expects people in long-term care to pay for their Medicaid benefits
Some Medi-Cal members in long-term healthcare are being charged their entire monthly income — except for $35.
The pay increases for Sempra executives came at a time of soaring profits for the company, which owns San Diego Gas & Electric.
Linda McDowell is one of dozens who still remain at a county-run hotel in Old Town. She only has a few weeks to find housing.
inewsource launches education, infrastructure and environment beats with Report for America journalists
Two new Report for America corps members will join inewsource’s investigative reporting team in June. Meet our new staff.
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Join us for a screening of a new inewsource documentary film based on our investigation of a Navy SEAL who underwent an experimental brain treatment.
Premiering Nov. 21 at 6 p.m. at the USS Midway and via livestream.
An ACLU attorney says there are more than 500 medically vulnerable detainees housed at the Otay Mesa ICE detention center.
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