Media Appearances


NY1’s “Inside City Hall” discussing the state of the economy and Democrats’ spending agenda.

CBS New York discussing the gender wage gap in Hollywood.

MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” discussing Democrats and how they define the middle class.

MSNBC’s “Melissa Harris-Perry” discussing Uber and the future of work (segment one and segment two).

CBS This Morning discussing the causes of the low marriage rate for millennials.

MSNBC’s “Melissa Harris-Perry” discussing housing policy, segregation, and the uprisings in Baltimore (segment one and segment two).

ABC’s “Good Morning America” discussing women who aren’t sure about wanting children.

CBS This Morning discussing the growing trend of women who aren’t sure if they want children but whose male partners do.

MSNBC’s “Melissa Harris-Perry” discussing President Obama’s State of the Union address and income inequality (segments one, two, and three).

NY1’s “Inside City Hall” discussing a ruling that holds McDonald’s accountable for the labor conditions inside its restaurants.

MSNBC’s “Weekends with Alex Witt” discussing New York City’s luxury apartment buildings with separate “poor doors.”

PBS’s “To The Contrary” discussing Shanehsa Taylor, Debra Harrell, and arresting poor mothers who don’t have child care.

MSNBC’s “Melissa Harris-Perry” discussing the politics of the gender wage gap (segments one, two, three, and four).

HuffPost Live discussing equal pay and the politics of the gender wage gap debate.

HuffPost Live discussing a burger chain that pays its workers well, among other topics.

Fox Business’s “Stossel Show” discussing President Obama’s budget and the deficit.

MSNBC’s “Melissa Harris-Perry” discussing the war on poverty, Chris Christie, and empathy in politics (segment one and segment two).

NY1’s “Inside City Hall” discussing income inequality in New York City and what Mayor de Blasio can do about it.

HuffPost Live discussing the 50th anniversary of the War on Poverty and Chris Christie’s bridge scandal.

MSNBC’s Weekends with Alex Witt discussing the cost of the government shutdown.

HuffPost Live discussing sequestration’s impact on real people.

HuffPost Live discussing the causes of America’s declining birth rate.

HuffPost Live discussing why a woman should replace Timothy Geithner as Treasury Secretary.

NY1’s “Inside City Hall” discussing women voters, the economics of contraception, and the GOP.

NY1’s “Inside City Hall” discussing growing inequality, Occupy Wall Street, and what FDR would do.


NPR’s “1A” talking about child poverty in the United States.

WNYC’s “The Takeaway” talking about the severe staffing crisis in childcare.

WDET, Detroit NPR, talking about high child poverty in the United States and what to do about it.

WNYC’s “The Takeaway” talking about small business owners struggling to get PPP loans forgiven.

WNYC’s “The Brian Lehrer Show” talking about the cost of childcare in the United States and globally.

NPR’s “All Things Considered” talking about childcare providers who stayed open during the coronavirus.

KERA’s “Think” talking about the American work ethic and the differences in how we treat the rich and the poor.

WAMC talking about reforming cash bail across the country.

Radio Dispatch discussing important rulings against the current money bail system.

WNYC’s “Midday” talking about tax cuts and budget austerity in red states.

KERA’s “Think” talking about the affordable housing crisis.

KERA’s “Think” talking about sexual harassment in the food service industry.

KERA’s “Think” talking about cash bail and the efforts to reform it.

WNYC’s “The Takeaway” talking about the Democratic Party’s message in the Trump era.

MPR News discussing sexual harassment in the workplace and lawsuits against Fox News.

Radio Dispatch discussing Hillary Clinton and welfare reform.

The Juliana Forlano Show discussing pregnancy discrimination and income inequality.

Radio Dispatch discussing President Obama’s economic proposals in the State of the Union.

Radio Dispatch discussing the gender wage gap and employers who steal pay from workers.

The Matthew Filipowicz Show discussing a radical fix for the gender wage gap.

PRI’s “To The Point” discussing the gender wage gap and President Obama’s executive orders aimed at closing it.

WNYC discussing stores that opened for the Black Friday holiday shopping season on Thanksgiving Day.

The Matthew Filipowicz Show discussing a variety of Walmart news: federal prosecution, worker strikes, opening on Thanksgiving Day, and more evidence of low pay.

Take Action News with Karl Frisch discussing Walmart’s effort to kill DC’s living wage bill.

The Matthew Filipowicz Show discussing sequestration’s impact on science research, Head Start programs, public schools, and others.

FAIR’s “Counterspin” discussing the real life impact of sequestration on the poor.

Minnesota Public Radio’s “The Daily Circuit” discussing what the rise in breadwinning mothers means for families.

KPFK’s David Feldman Show discussing the garment industry in Bangladesh and austerity in the U.S.

NPR’s “The Takeaway” discussing new numbers on women as breadwinners and the rise of single mothers.

The Matthew Filipowicz Show discussing the many ways sequestration is hurting the poor.

Uprising Radio on KPFK discussing how the fiscal cliff deal impacts low- and middle-income Americans.

The Matthew Filipowicz Show discussing how the fiscal cliff will hit poor people, especially women and children, the hardest.

The Geraldo Rivera Radio Show discussing why the 2012 Republican platform is bad for women with the RNC spokesperson.

AM 1310’s “First Shift with Tony Trupiano” discussing reasons to support Title IX.

Wisconsin Public Radio’s “The Joy Cardin Show” discussing public sector layoffs.

New Hampshire Public Radio’s “Word of Mouth” discussing whether women really “won” the recession.

The David Sirota show discussing whether the mancession meme was a result of misogyny.

Radio show “Jill on Money” discussing the tactics used by the credit card industry to reap profits off of consumers.


The Appeal’s podcast talking about court watching to ensure bail reform takes place.

The Nation’s “Start Making Sense” talking about monopolies holding down workers’ wages.

Rewire’s “What Else Happened?” talking about progressive childcare reform.

Girl Friday talking about President Trump’s budget and other things in the news.

Slate’s “Mom and Dad Are Fighting” talking about universal childcare in the U.S.

New York Slant talking about New York’s paid family leave and $15 minimum wage laws.

The New Republic’s “Intersection” talking about Hillary Clinton.

Radio or Not talking discussing how we are criminalizing mothers who don’t have child care.

Bloggingheads with Kay Steiger about poverty, sexual harassment, paid sick days, and more.

Bloggingheads with Kay Steiger about equal pay, women in politics, abortion, contraception, and more.

Bloggingheads with Kay Steiger discussing women in politics, sexual assault in the military, and the work/family debate.

The Nation “Nation Conversations” podcast discussing the fiscal cliff deal and the coming crises.

The American Prospect’s “Vox and Friends” podcast discussing the fiscal cliff deal and the failure to reauthorize VAWA.

Bloggingheads with Nancy Folbre discussing how to better value care work.

Bloggingheads with Ramesh Ponnuru discussing the causes of the gender wage gap.

Bloggingheads with The Atlantic’s Derek Thompson discussing whether women are really poised to take over the economy.

The American Prospect’s “Vox and Friends” podcast discussing the personhood movement and Rick Santorum.

The Roosevelt Institute discussing how the credit card industry evolved to perfect the art of keeping consumers in debt.

The Nation’s “Nation Conversations” podcast discussing the dilemmas parents face in finding child care.

The Nation’s “Nation Conversations” podcast discussing what credit card regulation means for women.

CBS Money Watch’s “Ask The Experts” podcast discussing predatory credit card company practices and regulations to keep them in check.


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