In a warming world, where the 20th century’s vaccine victories are today’s emerging diseases, science enthusiasts are understandably frustrated! Worse yet, well-meaning, busy people who rely on the media for information are understandably confused. We need a toolkit to gently and compellingly present evidence without alienation.
Ignite Baltimore · Sept 29 2015
Outreach surrounding the unjust arrest and prosecution of over 200 'J20' protesters
"...'in the American criminal justice system, sometimes the bad guys win.'
I couldn’t agree more.
They win every time an innocent defendant takes a guilty plea because he can’t afford to mount a defense. They win every time a black defendant faces a jury from which her peers have been stricken, based on their race. But when a thoughtful jury concludes in good faith that prosecutors have not proved their case? Surely that goes up on the scoreboard for the good guys."
Washington Post · July 27 2018 (or PDF)
"Prosecutors have the power to single-handedly destroy lives, and there are few consequences for abuse of that power. At the same time, their main measure of success is the ability to secure convictions, not the degree to which justice is served."
New York Times · Nov 15 2017 (or PDF)
Organization of American States · Dec 7 2017
The Intercept · July 13 2018
The Daily Beast · May 25 2018
The Sydney Morning Herald · Apr 22 2018
Video interview focusing on the human cost of excessive, politically-motivated prosecutions
AJ+ · Dec 21 2017
Video interview with Elle Reeve, discussing the 1st Amendment implications of the J20 prosecutions
VICE News · Jan 18 2018
Video interview in which we break down how the DOJ is criminalizing dissent in the J20 cases
Salon · Jan 26 2018
Video interview with host Femi Oke discussing the implications of the J20 arrests and prosecutions on the right to protest
Al Jazeera English · Nov 22 2017
Video interview explaining the civil liberties implications of the J20 cases, as well as their human cost
Mic · Oct 11 2017
Video interview discussing the injustice of the J20 arrests and prosecutions
Democracy Now! · Nov 28 2017