Wisconsin Watch: Wisconsin inmates report despair, little counseling in solitary confinement that can stretch on for years

In April, I was asked to read a letter for a visual storytelling element for an investigative story. I helped bring a voice to one of the prisoners behind bars who shared their vulnerabilities and experiences with Wisconsin Watch through … Continue reading Wisconsin Watch: Wisconsin inmates report despair, little counseling in solitary confinement that can stretch on for years

Brittany Ota- Malloy On Blackness, Biracial/ Multiracial Identity, and Higher Education

Just three days before flying to California to present her research, Brittany Ota-Malloy and I sat down to discuss blackness, multiracial/ biracial identity and developing a cultural identity. Ota, the 28-year-old PhD student and a supervisor at the Center for … Continue reading Brittany Ota- Malloy On Blackness, Biracial/ Multiracial Identity, and Higher Education

The Tale of Heroes and Villains: Sunday, March 5- Saturday, March 18, 2017

***Spoiler Alert: This piece contains information about the plot and narratives from episodes aired within the last two weeks of television.***   Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments Clary is rescued but Valentine holds Simon as leverage for his escape. Valentine uses … Continue reading The Tale of Heroes and Villains: Sunday, March 5- Saturday, March 18, 2017