I engage readers without sacrificing ethics. With my people-centered storytelling, I’ve covered LGBTQ+ rights and resistance, the January 6 attack on the Capitol, the Trump presidency, March for Our Lives in Parkland, the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and the school shooting in Uvalde. To each story, I bring superb interview skills, great writing, and thorough research and analysis.
There are institutional barriers for queer students who are cut off from their families.
Journalism has an enormous ability to shape public opinion about queer people, as its troubled history with the community has shown.
School security is mired in debate. But shooting survivors have their own ideas.
There's no ‘one size’ answer, but offering anonymity and seeking diversity can help get real kids’ perspectives at a dangerous time
One year after the tragedy, a look at how the town’s library has helped a community recover
American Libraries Magazine
Memphis has a system of over 2,000 “SkyCop” cameras that police can tap into and manually adjust. But not everyone thinks they make the city safer.s.
Three years after Breonna Taylor’s death, the DOJ released a scathing report about the racism and discrimination present among Louisville police.
John Henry James, falsely accused of rape 125 years ago, was charged soon after – but he had already been killed by armed locals