Public Lectures and Media Appearances
Broadcast of “Dan Rather Reports” May 2013
San Jose State University, 2013
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
TheAtlantic.com: Week’s Best Pop Culture Writing
AERA Conference Grant supported “Access, Competition, For-profit Higher Education”
NPR Code Switch
The Cut at NYMag
September 2013 issue of Mother Jones
Sarah Jaffe at In These Times
Sarah Kendzior at Al-Jazeera
Dan Rather Reports
The Chronicle of Higher Education
HuffingtonPost: Race, Education Justice, and For-Profit Colleges
The Nation: Bryce Covert cites my commentary on “trickle down feminism”.
Presenting on MOOCs and For-Profit HigherEd at UC Irvine, 2013
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.
Colorlines interview: Are For-Profits the Answer for Black Students?
Chronicle of Higher Education: Conference Brings Together For-Profit Colleges and Scholars Who Study Them
Ms. Magazine’s Femisphere Education Bloggers
Contexts: “The Education Assembly Line: The Problem With For-Profits”
Buzzfeed’s Anna North interviewed me for “The Case for Trickle-Up Feminism”
Applied Research Center (now RaceForward) national conference, Facing Race, 2012
Lecturing at Spelman College on Writing for Social Change
Association of Black Sociologists, National Conference, 2013
UVA Carter G Woodson “Currents in Conversation”, For-Profit Higher Education, 2013