*Here’s a selection of some of my recent stories.
The Washington Post
The dangerous myth propping up Trump’s wall
When feminism is met with violence
Why are incels so angry? The history of the little-known ideology behind the Toronto attack
American churches are apologizing for a centuries-old injustice that still reverberates today
Why the wrong movies win Oscars
Canadian history isn’t boring
Charlottesville: One Year Later
Why media obsession with male charisma has to stop
When it comes to white supremacy, historians can’t stand on the sidelines
Why ‘The Witch’ is the scariest historical film ever
The Toronto Star
Don’t let Saturday’s violence define Americans or their history
Quiet Canadian, ugly American: Does racism differ north of the border?
*Republished in Maclean’s, The National Post, U.S. News
The Richmond Times-Dispatch
Trump visits Andrew Jackson’s grave, revisits his Native American policies
Tired of waiting, students make their own plan to fight sexual assault on campus
Does Canada need mandatory voting laws?
‘You’re going to die’: Two reactions to daily death reminders
Was the Las Vegas shooting the “worst” in U.S. history? Far from it.
A Good Fellow
*Here’s a selection of some segments, stories and episodes I’ve produced.
How are you doing…really? A feature interview with Sister Helen Prejean
*Won Silver at the 2019 New York Festival Radio Awards in the “Religious Programs”
America’s Other Civil War
Why your approach to change people’s minds is all wrong
Sikh Captain America says his mission is simple — fight hate and intolerance
How Haudenosaunee women are overcoming stigma to earn a place in lacrosse
The Civil War in the 21st Century