[NEW] Women, people of color, and low-income families face the highest risk of being forced out of their homes as the eviction moratorium comes to an end, Business Insider, 2021.

We Could Solve Homelessness if We Wanted, Slate, 2021.

Resources to understand America’s long history of injustice and inequality, The Washington Post, 2021.

COVID-19: Using a Racial Justice Lens Now to Transform Our Future, Nonprofit Quarterly, 2020

‘Two Sides Of The Same Coin’: Addressing The Link Between Racism And Homelessness, WAMU/DCist, 2020.

The case for accelerating financial inclusion in black communities, McKinsey & Company, 2020.

Wage gap robs Black women in D.C. of almost $2 million over lifetime, analysis finds, The Washington Post, 2020.

The Fullest Look Yet at the Racial Inequity of Coronavirus, The New York Times, 2020.

The Black-White Wage Gap Is as Big as It Was in 1950, The New York Times, 2020.

Behavioral Health Disparities in Black and Brown Communities: Making the Connection Between COVID-19 and Racism, Chandra Crawford, 2020.

How to Make this Moment the Real Turning Point for Change, Barak Obama, 2020.

The Rising Economic, Social, and Political Power of Women in America, Gary Maring, 2019.

The Unsurprising Reason More Black Americans Are Becoming Homeless, Alissa Walker, Curbed, 2020.

Tracking COVID-19’s Effects by Race and Ethnicity, Urban Institute, 2020.

A Vision for an Equitable DC, Urban Institute, 2018.


13th. This documentary exposes injustice within the prison-industrial complex and explores how mass incarceration has become another way to enslave the black community in America.

Just Mercy. This film tells the story of Harvard Law School graduate Bryan Stevenson as he sets out to overturn the wrongful conviction of a man who was accused of murder based on unreliable testimony.

Segregated by Design, Short Film based on the book, The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein:

Time: The Kalief Bowder Story. This film tells the story of Kalief Browder who was accused of stealing a backpack and was held in prison for three years, from 2010 to 2013, without trial because his family was unable to pay his bail.


Code Switch from NPR:

Intersectionality Matters:

Scene on Radio: Seeing White: Episode: ‘How race was made’:

Self Reflection and Social Evolution, Podcast Interview with Darnell Moore, Author of ‘Ashes in the Fire: Coming of Age Black and Free in America:

Unlocking Us with Brené Brown: Episode ‘Brené with Ibram X. Kendi on How to Be an Antiracist’:

We Live Here: Episode: ‘At the Table and Dismissed’:

We the Unhoused:

Extensio work: Justice, Podcast interview with the Village’s former CEO Schroeder Stribling: