“Inequality in the United States: Understanding Inequality with Data.” This is a co-curated award winning teaching tool. It is a slideshow of a broad set of facts and figures on inequality of all types compiled by social scientists from universities across the United States. It is free to download, meant for non-academics and is generously hosted by Stanford University’s Center for the Study of Poverty and Inequality. For more information, please see the press release here. This project was awarded the 2013 American Sociological Association's Robert Dentler Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Achievement.
I also write for Stanford University’s Clayman Institute for Gender Research translating academic research into accessible and engaging stories for non-expert audiences:
Purchasing the Personal: living and loving in a commodified world
Survival of the Flexist: the evolution of work and why workplaces need to adapt
Shadow Mothers: Why the first shift still matters
Gender News Influential Voices: Mari Baker