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Zeba Mohammad Arif, left, and her 10-year-old daughter, Mahnaz Kashmiri, are photographed in their apartment in Houston in June. The family are refugees from Afghanistan now living in Houston. (James Nielsen/Houston Chronicle/ AP)

Zeba Mohammad Arif, left, and her 10-year-old daughter, Mahnaz Kashmiri, are photographed in their apartment in Houston in June. The family are refugees from Afghanistan now living in Houston. (James Nielsen/Houston Chronicle/ AP)

What Happened When Houston Revamped Its Entire Bus System Overnight – Next City

What Happened When Houston Revamped Its Entire Bus System Overnight – Next City

Opening Ceremony for Houston's Market Square

Opening Ceremony for Houston's Market Square

Following an "overnight" system redesign, Houston Metro ridership and frequency is up across the board. Its high frequency bus service now rivals that of peer cities on weekends.

Following an "overnight" system redesign, Houston Metro ridership and frequency is up across the board. Its high frequency bus service now rivals that of peer cities on weekends.

"... Todos en el barrio sabían que quienes habitaban esa humilde casa, que en su interior no tenía nada (ni muebles, ni camas, ni comedor) vivían un infierno por culpa de su dueño, quien decía pertenecer a una iglesia cristiana. [...] “Jehová, Jehová, Jehová”, eran las palabras que más resonaban en el sector, según Ángela Rodríguez, habitante de la zona. Lo cierto es que bastaba con entrar a este hogar para darse cuenta de que los niños no vivían en las mejores condiciones...".

"... Todos en el barrio sabían que quienes habitaban esa humilde casa, que en su interior no tenía nada (ni muebles, ni camas, ni comedor) vivían un infierno por culpa de su dueño, quien decía pertenecer a una iglesia cristiana. [...] “Jehová, Jehová, Jehová”, eran las palabras que más resonaban en el sector, según Ángela Rodríguez, habitante de la zona. Lo cierto es que bastaba con entrar a este hogar para darse cuenta de que los niños no vivían en las mejores condiciones...".

Tea picking in Malawi. Credit: Abbie Trayler-Smith

Tea picking in Malawi. Credit: Abbie Trayler-Smith

The global race to the bottom moves to the US South

The global race to the bottom moves to the US South

Selling "Made in the USA" to the fast-fashion crowd is tough for small-batch clothing makers, but they band together to make it happen at pop-up markets

Selling "Made in the USA" to the fast-fashion crowd is tough for small-batch clothing makers, but they band together to make it happen at pop-up markets

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