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Government, Humanity, Immigration

Trabajo tóxico

El calentamiento global está fomentando una próspera y poco regulada industria de restauración post desastres impulsada por mano de obra inmigrante. Sin protección, los trabajadores están expuestos a toxinas mortales que los enferman mucho tiempo después de las labores de limpieza.

Published on: September 27, 2023

Government, Humanity, Immigration

Toxic Labor

“A warming planet is creating a booming and loosely-regulated disaster restoration industry fueled by immigrant labor. Without protection, workers are exposed to lethal toxins making them sick long after the cleanup.”

Published on: September 27, 2023

Government, Humanity, Immigration

Immensely Invisible

How is ICE handling complaints of sexual abuse from detainees? Maria Hinojosa teams up with Zeba Warsi, and they investigate how women in ICE detention are sexually abused when they were at their most vulnerable — in a medical setting — and how ICE has done very little to stop it. A special investigation by Futuro Investigates in collaboration with Latino USA.

Published on: July 21, 2023

Government, Humanity

Uvalde, Resisting and Rising

For the past year, since the Uvalde school shooting, Futuro Investigates have been documenting the community’s trauma and the fight over assault rifles. Our team examines the police response, Uvalde’s history of struggle and healing.

Published on: June 2, 2023

Humanity, Spanish

Aire que no Podemos Captar: La Materia Insidiosa del Monóxido de Carbono

Aunque el envenenamiento por monóxido de carbono se puede prevenir, siguen ocurriendo violaciones a la seguridad de la vivienda, lesiones y muertes. Desde el otoño de 2022, Futuro Investiga investiga por qué siguen ocurriendo incidentes y cómo los residentes latinos y negros se ven afectados de manera desproporcionada por el gas letal.

Published on: May 11, 2023


Air We Can’t Grasp: The Insidious Matter of Carbon Monoxide

“Even though carbon monoxide poisoning is preventable, housing safety violations, injuries and deaths keep occurring. Since Fall 2022, Futuro Investigates digs into why incidents keep happening and how Latino and Black residents are disproportionally affected by the deadly gas.”

Published on: May 11, 2023