California Divide Reporter - Los Angeles in Sacramento, CA for CalMatters

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California Divide Reporter - Los Angeles
If you’re a journalist inspired to follow stories about the inequality in our state, about the difficult life conditions facing too many Californians and about the attempts to solve these problems, then you may be the next reporter on our award-winning California Divide team. The California Divide is a statewide project featuring a team of reporters covering issues of inequality. This position is based in Los Angeles and reports to the CalMatters project editor.  California ranks among the worst states in America for poverty and inequality. Nearly 40% of the population is considered poor or near-poor. It’s a state of extremes. And it’s a diverse state, where challe


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