Lauren Feeney is a video journalist whose reporting has focused on poverty and human rights in the U.S. and abroad. Her work has appeared on-air and online on PBS, the New York Times, Al Jazeera English, and The Atlantic, among other outlets, and has been featured in film festivals around the world. Before joining The Intercept, she spent many years as a senior digital producer for various PBS programs, including Wide Angle, Women, War & Peace, and billmoyers.com. She is a graduate of Bard College and Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. She is currently based in Brooklyn.
How Neighbors in the Borderlands Fought Back Against Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s Illegal Wall — and Won
The Biden administration is doing nothing to stop the environmental destruction wrought by Arizona’s construction of a shipping container wall.
Video: How Vinyl Flooring Made With Uyghur Forced Labor Ends Up at Big Box Stores
The industry calls it “luxury vinyl tile.” In reality, much of that plastic relies on toxic chemicals — and immense labor abuses.
What Happened in Douma? Searching for Facts in the Fog of Syria’s Propaganda War
The next world war may begin with a grainy, contested, online image launched onto the pages of a newspaper that has recently sacked all its journalists.
The End of RoeReproductive Rights Road Trip
With the elevation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court, reproductive rights advocates fear that things will only get worse. Reporter Jordan Smith decided to take a road trip through Oklahoma, Arkansas and Mississippi to show what it’s like for women seeking abortions in states where the right conferred by Roe has already been eroded.