“The history of feminism,” interviewed by McKinney High School student, English project.
“Women’s History Month Community Roundtable Discussion,” Invited by Dr. Susan Harper, Student Services Associate Director, University of North Texas, Dallas Campus.
“Womanist Thought and Cultural History in Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade,” City of Dallas Public Library. Invited by Alexandria McClemore, Dallas Library Associate, Literature, Language, and Religion Division.
“The history of Black women’s political leadership,” IGNITE Texas Conference Speaker. Invited by Whitney Thomas, Development Manager for IGNITE. https://www.ignitenational.org/texas_2018_speakers
“Inclusivity is key to intersectional feminism,” The Shorthorn. Interviewed by Anastasia Cooper, University of Texas in Arlington. http://www.theshorthorn.com/life_and_entertainment/inclusivity-is-key-to-intersectional-feminism/article_24323eb0-fa2d-11e6-bf1c-2b86b118eb3f.html
“Does ‘White Feminism’ Help Women of Color,” The Novice Journalist. Interview by Justin Thomas. https://www.thenovicejournalist.com/does-white-feminism-help-women-of-color
“Intersectionality, Feminism, and Social Movements” Pantsuit Republic Podcast. Interview by Dr. Susan Harper. https://player.fm/series/pantsuit-republic/episode-10-intersectionality
“Women’s March Group Organizes A Day Without A Woman,” National Public Radio (NPR). Interviewed by Lauren Gilger. http://kjzz.org/content/445834/womens-march-group-organizes-day-without-woman
Contributor, Academy Communications Media Outreach. Interviewed by Dr. Randall Kennedy (Harvard University Law School and President of Academy Communications) for news stories regarding race and gender.
“The Politics of Being Black and Loud,” The Fader. https://www.thefader.com/2016/06/28/the-politics-of-being-black-and-loud