My article in Refinery29 on the Tree of Life murders in Pittsburgh.
When a hard year ends, sometimes the best thing to do is look forward. So I wanted to revisit this blog with the purpose to set some intentions for 2018. In 2017 I put a lot more of myself into things I didn’t see coming: doing activism in Charlottesville, traveling, speaking, and more. It took a toll. I lost a lot. So for 2018 I want to spend more time on the things that make me whole. ...
A study of the daily lives of violent far-right actors using court records to peer inside their living spaces.
A people’s history of the removal of statues honoring racists, slave owners, and colonizers, largely during the Uprising in the Summer of 2020 following the murder of George Floyd.
I am an advisory board member of The Prosecution Project, a data-driven project studying the patterns of prosecution of extremism, terrorism, and political violence.
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