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Charissa Koh

Charissa Koh

Charissa is a WORLD reporter who often writes about poverty-fighting and criminal justice. She resides with her family in Atlanta.

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Articles by Charissa Koh
A lawsuit to end homelessness?

A lawsuit to end homelessness?

A Los Angeles judge tries to hold the city accountable, but government alone cannot solve the problem
A vandalism more than 50 years ago began Peter Kushkowski’s lifelong hobby of writing to newspapers and magazines
Health workers struggle with how to immunize the homeless
Experts disagree about the extent of food insecurity and the success of welfare expansions

Greg and Jackie Samuels fell in love at Bible school before making the surprising discovery that one of them was not a true Christian
The state tests its new law on how to try minors’ cases
Some see missed opportunities in private partnerships
The mother who fled to Nicaragua in a high-profile case over same-sex custody turned herself in to U.S. authorities last month
The legislature supports drastic changes to suspect’s interactions with courts and officers
Criminal justice efforts that legalize drugs have mixed results