“I Took a Life” Series
Columbus Dispatch

Introduction: What happens after you take a life?
(Published 3/9/2020)

Part 2: She killed her abusive ex-husband then turned her life around
(Published 3/30/2020)

Part 4: Man dedicates his life to helping others after taking friend’s life
(Published 4/10/2020)

Columbus residents face risky realities abroad during coronavirus pandemic
Columbus Dispatch
(Published 3/28/2020)

Renewed debate on reparations for slavery descendants inspires central Ohio activists
Columbus Dispatch
(Published 3/14/2020)

Historian honors suffrage movement by portraying key Columbus leader
Columbus Dispatch
(Published 2/16/2020)

Candacy Taylor’s ‘Overground Railroad’ takes historical look at African American travel
Columbus Dispatch
(Published 1/13/2020)

Bars remain safe havens for LGBTQ patrons at Thanksgiving
Columbus Dispatch
(Published 11/25/2019)

At Ohio Reformatory for Women, tap dancing classes offer escape, camaraderie
Columbus Dispatch
(Published 9/29/2019)

Hundreds of Columbus students cut class to participate in global climate strike
Columbus Dispatch
(Published 9/20/2019)

Assault after Lizzo concert was hate crime, Columbus woman says
Columbus Dispatch
(Published 8/21/2019)

Dollar Store Debate: Nationwide concern about the impact of dollar stores on low-income, food-insecure neighborhoods reaches Linden
Columbus Alive
(Published 4/17/2019)

Rebuilding Pride: A year after the Black Pride 4 protest, the community wrestles with the meaning and future of the event
Columbus Alive
(Published 6/13/2018)

Black Moms Matter: ROOTT confronts the racial disparities in maternal and infant mortality
Columbus Alive
(Published 4/11/2018)

The women of Columbus craft brewing
Columbus Monthly
(Published 3/7/2018)

Can My Brother’s Keeper find its footing in Columbus?
Columbus Alive
(Published 2/14/2018)

What’s in a name? How neighborhoods from long-gone Uzi Alley to developing King-Lincoln earned their monikers.
Columbus Alive
(Published 1/3/2018)

Haunted Ohio: Exorcising the ghosts of Thurber House, Kokosing Gap Trail, Woolyburger Cemetery and more
Columbus Alive
(Published 10/25/2017)

Community feature: Local activist to challenge 13th Amendment in D.C.
Columbus Alive
(Published 8/16/2017)

Filming the fight
Columbus Alive
(Published 8/9/2017)

Community Feature: Black Pride 4 inspire community to examine Pride, protest and police response
Columbus Alive
(Published 6/28/2017)

Pride and Prejudice: The community confronts racial discrimination in the LGBTQ scene
Columbus Alive
(Published 6/14/2017)

Soul Awakening: An inside look at the past, present and future of an R&B scene showing new signs of life
Columbus Alive
(Published 5/17/2017)

Community: The Other Franklinton
Columbus Alive
(Published 3/22/2017)

Community searches for answers in the death of Jaron Thomas
Columbus Alive
(Published 2/22/2017)

The arts community braces for the potential fallout from the hotly debated Obamacare rollback
Columbus Alive
(Published 2/1/2017)

People: Issues of race and money intersect in history of MLK Boulevard
Columbus Alive
(Published 1/11/2017)

People: Stonewall Columbus assists 91-year-old vet in fight to upgrade ‘undesirable discharge’
Columbus Alive
(Published 11/23/2016)

Weinland Park Elementary helps the fast-evolving neighborhood bridge lines of race and class
Columbus Alive
(Published 11/2/2016)

Robert Kurtzman brings creature-making craft to Mansfield Reformatory
Columbus Alive
(Published 10/19/2016)

Community confronts safety issues in aftermath of Ty’re King death
Columbus Alive
(Published 9/28/2016)

Feature: Columbus community groups fight for racial justice
Columbus Alive
(Published 7/20/2016)

Luck of the District Redraw: Three Democrats battle for the new 31st Ohio House District
CityBeat, Volume 18, Issue 15, pg. 8
(Published 2/22/2012)

Lost Branches: Volunteers help restore family trees
Southeast Ohio Magazine, Volume 44, Number 1, pg. 38-39
(Published Winter 2011)