Media, Publications, speaking engagements

 
  • The Baltimore Sun - The Baltimore Sun's 25 Women to Watch in 2018

  • Baltimore Fishbowl - #MeToo in Baltimore: Local women talk workplace harassment, abuse, and accountability

  • Baltimore Magazine - Marching On - A year after the Women’s March on Washington, Baltimore women band together to make their voices heard.

  • Sisters With Stories is the Instagram making black women more visible

2017

  • BBC News - Can this US city go 72 hours without a murder?

  • The Marc Steiner Show - State of the DOJ Consent Decree in Baltimore

  • The Marc Steiner Show - Black Women at Work

  • Bitch Media - 20 Black Women You Should Be Following Right Now

  • Policy Mic - A century after suffragists marched on Washington, feminism faces the same hurdle — race

  • Elle Magazine - The Women's March on Washington: How It Came to Be and What You Need to Know

  • Fusion Media - Million Women March’ protest was appropriating black activism so organizers did this

  • Stuff Mom Never Told You Podcast - Do Women's Marches Matter?

  • Ebony Magazine - Yes, Women Will March in D.C., But Those Who Can’t Be There Still Count

2016

  • Abernathy - Eradicating Patriarchy From Movement Spaces

  • ABC2 News - Advocate fights to end street harassment through local non-profit

  • GW Hatchet - Students Against Sexual Assault adds educators to address increased interest in trainings

  • The Baltimore Sun - Intersectionality concerns transcend straight, white feminism

  • Technical.ly - 14 Black women in Baltimore who speak truth to power on social media

  • The Marc Steiner Show - Brittany on Her Trip to Palestine/Israel

  • The Baltimore Sun - A year later, Baltimoreans discuss what Freddie Gray means to them

2015

  • WYPR - David Warnock speaks with Brittany Oliver, winner of a Baltimore Social Innovation Journal Award.

  • Johns Hopkins Newsletter - Hollaback! Baltimore works to counter harassment

  • The Baltimore Sun - Technology aids 'peeping Toms,' makes trauma worse for victims

  • Baltimore City Paper - Stop calling me 'Baby': Baltimore activists campaign against street harassment