Joya Misra was a guest on the Sociology for Dark Times podcast.
Stacy Torres shares her essays “This Must Be the Place” in UCSF Magazine and “Why Doctors Don’t Want Patients Like Me, and How It Impacts All of Us” on W.W. Norton’s Everyday Sociology Blog, and an Op-Ed, “My path to academia was like a Hollywood story. But becoming a professor shouldn’t take miracles” in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Celeste Graham published an Op-Ed in Forth Worth Weekly, “The Factual Retelling of History Is the Greatest Tool that Activists and Advocates Have.”
Gina Marie Longo shares a blog post for the London School of Economics U.S. Phelan Centre, “Immigrant Spouses Who Want to Come to the U.S. Are Forced to Learn to Play Along with the State’s Idealized Version of the American Family.”
Adia Harvey Wingfield, Ethel Mickey, and Melissa Abad participated in a virtual ASA Panel, “Organizational Lenses on Intersectionality.”