some of us are brave
The NY Times asked me who I thought should be invited to the 2014 State of the Union address. I didn’t even have to think twice.
I joined NPR’s Here & Now to talk about racism and the effects of criminalizing marijuana use.
In the NY Times I argue that federal student aid has become a middle class entitlement with complicated results.
In October 2013 I became a regular columnist at Slate. Counter Narratives Covers Higher Education Discussions
One of the most read, most shared essays on Talking Points Memo in 2013: Why Poor People Waste Money on Luxury Items
New York Times (11/2013) How An Anti-Poverty Program Became a Middle Class Entitlement
HuffingtonPost: Race, Education Justice, and For-Profit Colleges
The Nation: Bryce Covert cites my commentary on “trickle down feminism”.
Racialicious: My response to Anne-Marie Slaughter’s “Having It All” thesis
Ebony Magazine: T.F. Charlton cites my commentary on the institutional practices of marginalization in the new media landscape.
HuffingtonPost: The Way Forward for Higher Education Is Not Through For-Profits
Feminist Magazine Radio had me on to discuss trickle down feminism.
WFAE in Atlanta had me on to discuss…well, lots of things.
Buzzfeed’s Anna North interviewed me for “The Case for Trickle-Up Feminism”