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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
Passion and plodding in pastoral ministry

Passion and plodding in pastoral ministry

Early zeal for evangelism propelled Brad Evans into ministry, but 38 years of shepherding a congregation through disagreements taught him steadiness
Counsel for loving God and others more
What one nonprofit learned from giving handouts
Cities might end pandemic programs that used hotels for housing

Attorneys work to keep alleged victims of an accused OB-GYN in the country
Renters who felt short-term benefits could end up worse off
Los Angeles’ new homeless program sends more people back to the streets than to permanent housing
Pandemic closures leave the elderly without important services
Sobering centers are a new model to help cities handle public intoxication and provide addicts with treatment opportunities, yet some worry they may enable bad behavior
His administration could revive an ill-fated attempt to regulate equality in housing