2017 & 2018
Washington Post: How VA’s Blackface Photos Make Me Wonder How Much To Tell My Kids
The Student: Women’s March Looking Towards the Future
Washington Post: ERA activists seek to rally support from millennial women
AuthorsGuild: Welcome to Age of the Storyteller
Yes Magazine: How Standing Rock Changed the Course of a Doctor’s Life
Rewire: Four Books on Female Fury
Boydell & Brewer: Nasty Women & Bad Hombres: An interview with the editors
Publisher’s Weekly: Well-Read Black Girl
Guardian: Browse a bookshop
TueNight: The Tue/Do List
Chicago Tribune: Librarians Offer Recommendations for Kids' Summer Reading
Washington Post-The Scene: A Royal Wedding Celebration at the British Embassy
New York Times: 'Our Bodies, Ourselves'?
MLK50: Activism After the Dream
Entertainment Weekly: Tribeca Film Fest Lineup
Kid World Citizen: Langston Hughes-Poet, Activist, Leader of the Harlem Renaissance
Bookseller: Cover Design Round-Up
World Book Day UK: Young, Gifted and Black Portraits
New York Times: Children's Books About Black History, Heavy on Biographies
Real Simple: 8 New Kids' Books By Black Illustrators
The UK Literacy Trust-Words for Life-Jamia Wilson Interview
Booktrust: Young, Gifted, and Black
Publisher's Weekly: New Kids' & YA Books Week of January 29, 2018
Kirkus Reviews: Young, Gifted and Black
Publisher's Weekly: Young, Gifted and Black: Meet 52 Iconic Talents from Past and Present
New York Daily News: Abuse Victims Rally at #MeToo Protest
Al-Jazeera: Is Beyonce a 21st Century Icon?
Chicago Tribune: Trifecta Picks Up Where Oprah Left Off
Al-Jazeera: Arena-What Makes A Feminist?
Bust Magazine: The 2017 Feminist Press Feminist Power Awards Are Coming
Poets & Writers: Q & A-Wilson Leads the Feminist Press
Feministing: Feministing Five, Jamia Wilson
Center for Investigative Reporting: How Activists of Color Lose Battles Against Facebook's Moderator Army
Publisher's Weekly: New Executive Director, Publisher at The Feminist Press
Shelf Awareness: Jamia Wilson to Helm Feminist Press
Publisher's Weekly: Spring 2018 Children’s Sneak Previews
Elle Magazine: Video-Survivor Love Letter
Think Progress: New York City’s women strike to show their economic power
Refinery 28: Black Feminist Thought
United State of Women: #StateofWomenSpotlight
The Guardian: The Week In Patriarchy
The American Prospect: Hold the Mansplaining: The Resistance Is Being Led By Women
Hollywood Reporter: Hollywood Spiritual Guru, Civil Rights Activists Preview D.C. Women's March
Refinery 29: Lingo With Lyric Takles "Post-Racial"
Charleston City Paper: Go To Events Where Everyone Won't Look Like You
Glamour: How To Survive This Election
Bust Magazine: I'm With Her Because It's On Us To Ensure Love Trumps Hate
The Debrief: Appreciation or Appropriation?
Advertising Week: Femvertising is the Future
Forbes Women: Feminists Come Out for the Women's Media Center Awards
Vice/Motherboard-Everyone Can Use Instagram's Tool That Combats Offensive Language
Everyday Feminism-What Nobody Who Says Talking About Race ‘Divides’ Us Seems to Understand
The Baltimore Sun-Debating A Reckless Tweet on CNN today
Washington Post (AP)-As NOW turns 50, feminists hails gains but 'battle goes on'
The Guardian: Online Abuse: How Women Are Fighting Back
TRT World- The NewsMakers:Social Media Censorship & Brazil's Political Crisis
All Digitocracy: Women Journalists Experience Gendered Attacks
Galley Cat: Jodi Picoult Joins VIDA's Advisory Board
Yahoo Tech: At SXSW, talking about online harassment
Franklin & Marshall: Young Feminists Are A Compelling Force in Today's Politics
Daily Gazette: The Daily Gazette at #SXSW
BizWomen: Women to Watch
Broadway World: Vineyard Theatre Extends Coleman Domingo's Dot
Washington Post: Black Women Vow To Be A Powerful Voting Force Again This Year
Glamour: [Photo] Roe v. Wade 43rd Anniversary
Huffington Post Live: #WMN: Planned Parenthood, Campus Rape & Cologne
Elle: 11 Celeb Superpowers to Steal for 2016
Washington Post: Women's Museum Gathers Female Leaders to Address Gender Equity
Omega Institute: Building Bridges, Understanding Difference
Omega Institute: Making Our Voices Heard
iMediaEthics.org: Forbes Writer Quits After Sexism & Media Story Unpublished
Forbes: Sexism And The Media: As Election Heats Up, Are We Nearer To Tipping Point For Equality?
Huffington Post Live: How Celebs Are Challenging Online Hate Speech
Pacific Standard: Can Digital Vigilantism Make the Internet Safer for Women?
Wall Street Journal: Can Twitter Overcome Its Harassment Problem?
Wall Street Journal: Ferguson to New York, Social Media Is the Organizer’s Biggest Megaphone
Tech News World: Twitter's New Safety Rules: Hot Diggity or Hot Air?
Washington Post: Twitter outrage machine should be stopped.
New York Times: Should the word Slut be retired?
Tech News World: Twitter's New Safety Rules, Hot Diggity or Hot Air?
AOL/Huffpo Live: Why the Angry Black Women Stereotype Needs to Die
HuffPo Live: Is Twitter Feminism Toxic?
The Nation: Feminism's Toxic Twitter Wars
Kansas City Star: Teen births and abortions are down, but no one is certain why
The Daily Drum/WHUR 96.3: What Is Street Harassment? Do Men and Women See This Issue Differently?
Essence: Bridal Bliss Awards-Best Dress Swap
Brown Political Review: The Effect of “Beauty” Standards in Professional America
Feministing: Quick Hit
The Daily Dot: Gwen Stefani Doesn't Know What Racism Is
Interrupt Mag: Feminism Is the New Chanel?
RH Reality Check: Self-Care Is Not Selfish
Washington Post: Honor the Dream By Honoring the Women of the Movement
New York Magazine: Judy Blume, Forever on the A-Cup Team
Refinery 29: The 17 Faces of the Future of Feminism
Autostraddle: Summer Programs For Badass Chicks of All Ages
Autostraddle: Say Thank You To A Badass Feminist Today
Essence: Bridal Briss-Jamia & Travis
New York Times: The New Shades of Feminism?
Baltimore Sun: Rhymes With Opera Dials Up Numbers & Dates
Huffington Post: SPARKing Change: One Girl At a Time
Publisher's Weekly: Madonna & Me: Women Writers on the Queen of Pop
San Jose Mercury News: Komen Foundation Bows to Media Firestorm
NBC's TODAY: 40 Years Later, What Feminism Means Today
Speigel Online: Duke Nukem: Die Ruckkehr des Schurxenjagers
Wall Street Journal: Do ‘Dirty Dancing’ and ‘Thelma and Louise’ Still Matter?
BUST Magazine: Thelma & Louise Turns 20
Feministing; Quick Hit
Bloomberg Business: "Intellectual Meat Market" Makes Washington Long Odds for Women
The Root: What Has Been The Impact of Anita Hill?
In These Times: Slut Walk-Real Empowerment, Corsets and All
RhRealityCheck: Combatting the sexualization of girls... the right way
Huffington Post: What Is Femininity?
Fly Girl of the Week: Jamia Wilson