1/19/2015. “Researchers in L.A. Aim to Mold a New Sustainable Economy.” CBS Los Angeles.
9/8/2014. “Why Immigration Reform Has to Go Hand-in-Hands with Stronger Labor Rights” by Michelle Chen. The Nation.
9/4/2014. “California tax cheats difficult to find” by BoNhia Lee. Sacramento Bee.
8/31/2014. “1 in 6 California Construction Workers Labors in Shadows, Study Finds” by Tiffany Hsu. Los Angeles Times.
8/29/2014. “Study: Construction Workers Unreported” by BoNhia Lee. Fresno Bee.
8/2/2014. “Freelance workers a growing segment of California economy” by Tiffany Hsu. Los Angeles Times.
6/6/2014. “Job recovery in Southern California is outpacing U.S. gains” by Tiffany Hsu. Los Angeles Times.
8/6/2013. “Cooperation as Radical Protest” panel. Regional Organizer Fellows Bootcamp, CoFed (Berkeley, CA).
7/12-7/16/2013. Research Justice workshop. IWW Work People’s College (Hibbing, MN).
7/9/13. “ROC United: Critical that service sector jobs be good jobs” by Doug Cunningham. Workers Independent News.
6/26/2013. “Food Fight: Feminists and Femivores” by Rebecca Burns. In These Times.
6/21-6/23/2013. ”Is It Research Justice or Just Research?” “Tierra y Libertad: Land and Liberty Research,” and “Solidarity Research in the Food Chain.” Allied Media Conference (Detroit, MI).
6/19/2013. “Engaging Communities Through Research.” Labor Research Action Network (Washington, DC).
11/30/2012. “Racialicious Crush of the Week, Facing Race Edition: Yvonne Yen Liu” by Andrea Plaid. Racialicious.
11/16-11/17/2012. “Energy Democracy for All”, “Good Food and Good Jobs for All” and “Where is the Color in Occupy? Race, Class, and Gender in the Occupy Movement.” Facing Race (Baltimore, MD).
9/24-9/26/2012. “Food and Labor People’s Movement Assembly.” Food + Justice = Democracy (Minneapolis, MN).
9/18/2012. “Occupy One Year Later.” KQED Forum with Michael Krasny.
9/11/2012. “Food Justice Dinner Conversation.” Green Gulch Farm (Muir Beach, CA).
8/8/2012. “Good Food and Good Jobs for All.” Urban Adamah Evening Lecture (Berkeley, CA).
6/28-7/1/2012. “Research Justice Track.” Allied Media Conference (Detroit, MI).
6/10-6/12/2012. “Good Food and Good Jobs for All.” Association of State & Territorial Public Health Nutrition Directors (ASTPHND) Annual Conference (Traverse City, MI).
6/8/12. “Occupy the Past, Occupy the Future.” How Class Works (Stonybrook, NY).
5/17/12. “The Color of Food: Race, Class, and Gender in the Food System.” Urban Adamah Farm Fellows (Berkeley, CA).
5/1/2012. “Where’s the Color in Occupy? Wherever We Put It” by David Zlutnick, et al. Colorlines.
4/28/2012. Right to the City: Public Space, Horizontal Democracy, & the Oakland Commune in “Grassroots Movements in Hard Times: Occupying the Public Sphere.” California Studies Association (Oakland, CA).
4/19/2012. “Comfort Food: Making Food Justice Accessible.” Race and Policy Symposium, University of California at Berkeley (Berkeley, CA).
4/18/2012. “Race, Class, and the Food System.” University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA).
4/3/2012. “How Green is the Green Economy?” by Rebecca Burns. In These Times.
3/17/2012. “Occupy Wall Street marks six-month anniversary with massive arrests” by Clare Trapasso and Rich Schapiro. NY Daily News.
3/17/2012. “Occupy Research: Research by and for the Movement.” Left Forum (New York, NY).
2/21/2012. “Intersections of race, class, gender, and food: The Color of Food.” University of California at Berkeley (Berkeley, CA).
2/4/2012. “The Color of Food: Race, Class, and Gender in the Food System.” Labor Across the Food System, University of California at Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz, CA).
11/18/2011. “Race, Food Sovereignty & the Occupy Movement.” Berkeley Student Food Collective (Berkeley, CA).
11/10/2011. “New Research to Inform and Guide Equitable Policy Change.” Equity Summit 2011 (Detroit, MI).
10/27/2011. “The Occupy Movement’s Branding Problem” by Adam Clark Estes. Atlantic Wire.
9/22/2011. “Race and the Federal Budget Debate.” Online Webinar, Applied Research Center (Oakland, CA).
9/20/2011. “Perspectives on Race, Place and Food.” Edible Education: The Rise and Future of the Food Movement, University of California at Berkeley (Berkeley, CA).