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I appeared on a panel at Columbia Journalism School Friday alongside Maria Hinojosa, Nikole Hannah-Jones, and William Jelani Cobb. The topic was "Covering Race and Equality in the Trump Era." Check it out.
Hillary Clinton is pulling out all the stops to increase her lead with millennial voters. I joined Joy-Ann Reid alongside Brittany Packnett of Campaign Zero, Zerlina Maxwell from the Hillary for America campaign, Jesse Saunders from Democrats of Hofstra University and Nathaniel Aron of Hofstra College Republicans to discuss.
After the killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, I was a guest on CBC Radio's "Day 6" program to discuss why it's so hard in the U.S. to track police shootings, but why we must. Listen.
I appeared on Essence Live with Christina Coleman of NewsOne and host Dana Blair to discuss how we can end police brutality after the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. Watch!
I sat down for BRIC TV's "Straight Up" with CNN's Tanzina Vega and WNYC's Rebecca Carroll to discuss the racial politics of the 2016 presidential race. Watch!
I sat down with Darian Symoné Harvin for her Am I Allowed To Like Anything (#AIATLA) to discuss what it's like to be a young, Black writer living in NYC, the 2016 Presidential race and what we are the Beyoncés of.
I sat down in the ESSENCE LIVE studio to talk politics, #BlackLivesMatter and #BlackGirlMagic with host Dana Blair. Watch the conversation.
Listen to my interview with Press Play's Madeleine Brand on why black millennials are all fired up with seemingly nowhere to go in 2016.
Listen to my one-on-one with my old boss, personal finance expert Farnoosh Torabi. We discussed the best career advice I ever got, the lesson I learned from growing up poor and why I'm "so money."
I sat down with Jody Avirgan, host of FiveThirtyEight's "What's the Point" to discuss the complexities of police data collection.
I appeared on FiveThirtyEight's What's the Point podcast to explain why, a year after Ferguson erupted, the federal government still doesn't have a system to accurately count of how many people are killed by the police each year.
I joined my friend Morgan Kelly Radford on Al Jazeera America to discuss the Los Angeles Times' recent move to hire a reporter to exclusively cover #BlackTwitter.
Listen to my discussion with Jason Whitlock, editor-in-chief of ESPN's The Undefeated. We explored my articles on white silence and Black Twitter for his Real Talk podcast.