Haya El Nasser, Al Jazeera English

Haya El Nasser

Al Jazeera English

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Haya:

Young people work to survive, not play

A UCLA Labor Center study show that a third contribute financially to their households → Read More

LA Black Worker Center takes new approach to black jobs crisis

The center trains black workers to become labor rights advocates and has become a model for other cities → Read More

California’s quest to save water may come at an ecological cost

Ecologists question rebates to replace lawns with artificial turf → Read More

California drought is up to 25 percent worse because of climate change

New study is the first to quantify impact of global warming on historic drought → Read More

Young adults waiting longer to marry, new census data show

Americans' median age at first marriage is now in late 20s, six years later than in the 1960s → Read More

Trees are latest victims of California’s four-year drought

Cutbacks in lawn watering are killing trees in communities across the state → Read More

Job sprawl hurting minorities and the poor in suburbia

As distance between jobs and people grows, suburban residents without cars have less access to employment → Read More

Suburbia is back, latest census figures reveal

Report says impact of recession continues to depress fertility, as deaths outnumber births in over 1,000 counties → Read More

Water rationing may become a way of life in California drought

State sets tougher restrictions as water districts consider stricter enforcement, penalities → Read More

FGM affects far more women in US than previously thought

New estimates suggest more than half a million women and girls in US have suffered procedure or are at risk → Read More

Census 2020: No consensus on how to count Hispanics, Arab-Americans

Fearing undercount of minorities, civil rights groups criticize plan for new categories in next decennial survey → Read More

‘Walking out of jail’: Prop 47 frees felons with downgraded charges

After California voters approved measure reducing many crimes to misdemeanors, convicts and suspects reap benefits → Read More

In hippie stronghold, candidates turn to Hispanic voters

Colorado is one of six states where Latino voters could determine Senate race → Read More

Dreams deferred: Latino voters caught between reform and realpolitik

In run-up to midterm elections, advocates for change in immigration law disappointed by postponement of executive action → Read More

US household food security fails to improve

New government report covers depth of hunger and malnutrition problems, which remain at historically high levels → Read More

Arab-Americans cry foul over California high school mascot

Coachella Valley High School'€™s 'Arabs' mascot is cause for concern among Arab-Americans → Read More

Go north, young woman: Girl Scout survey reveals shortcomings of South

New research on well-being says regions vary widely in terms of education and health for potential recruits → Read More

In dry California, water goes to those who drill the deepest

In one of the most regulated states in the nation, no laws apply to groundwater pumping, which means some people go dry → Read More

Cali water cops: What you gonna do when they come for you?

State resources officials are aggressively policing the dire shortage by imposing fines on drought rule violators → Read More

Latinos want to see more of their own in office after November midterms

Significant gap between demographic power and political clout remains → Read More