The Supreme Court May Radically Reshape Colleges This Year
Co-published with Teen Vogue. Both in terms of who can attend and the financial burdens it comes with.
Ambition Diaries: Does Ambition Even Matter Anymore?
Co-published with Fast Company. On this fourth and final episode of Ambition Diaries, Kate examines is ambition really matters anymore after the pandemic and how we are …
Ambition Diaries: The Most Important Decision
Co-published with Fast Company. In this episode we’ll hear from several of the mothers and daughters in the series about how decisions around marriage and children played …
‘They wanted me to make myself smaller, so they could be comfortable’
Co-published with Fast Company. Francesca followed in her mother Damita’s footsteps, climbing the ladder in corporate roles, but when Damita got a new lease on life, her …
Ambition Diaries: Still Not Equal
Co-published with Fast Company. On the second episode of Ambition Diaries, we hear stories of workplace discrimination.
Ambition Diaries: The Broken Promise of the American Dream
Co-published with Fast Company. From Fast Company and EHRP, Ambition Diaries is a new mini series that tells the story of 14 mothers and daughters as they navigate …
Her Name Was Shirley: The Story of Gordon Parks’s ‘Colored Entrance’ Photo
Co-published with Esquire. The photo has been used to exemplify an America that once was—but the story of its subject and the dreams she once had is …
My Family Has Been Doctors in the Black Community for Generations. What If They’re the Last?
Co-published with Newsweek. Practices like my family's face a dire prognosis.
My Disability Is My Superpower. If Only Employers Could See It That Way.
Co-published with ELLE. Even with my advanced degrees and experience, I can only go so far in a system that fails to understand and accommodate people with disabilities.
Co-published with The Believer. A striking series of documentary poems about ex-offenders and their struggle to find housing after prison in Cleveland, Ohio.
Are White Men Accessing COVID-19 Screening More Than Others?
Co-published with The Crisis. The federal government has failed to report publicly which groups in our communities have received access to COVID-19 testing and treatment.
Many Minorities Avoid Seeking Credit Due to Generations of Discrimination. Why That Keeps Them Back.
Co-published with CNBC. Decades of discrimination by the government and America’s financial institutions have induced an almost trauma-like response in many people of color, making them …