Bridget Todd covers racial justice and democracy for Campus Progress. She has worked as an organizer for the Sunlight Foundation and as a new media director for Credo SuperPAC. She currently teaches courses on writing, social justice, and activism full time at Howard University. Her writing has appeared on Jezebel, DCentric, and Racialicious.
Recent articles by this author:
- Is It ‘Unfair’ To Be White?
- Joshua Johnson On Tapping for Tuition, Student Debt, And DC’s Upcoming Tap Festival [INTERVIEW]
- The Bidens, The Bridge Crossing Jubilee, And The Voting Rights Act
- Talking Race in Obama’s America
- Why The Onion Backpeddled From Calling a Nine-Year-Old a ‘C*&t’
- Eight Must-Read Young Women of Color Authors [BOOKS]
- Communities With the Most to Lose Move #ForwardOnClimate [PHOTOS]
- Can You Name America’s First Black Doll? (Hint: It Wasn’t Barbie)
- With William ‘Mo’ Cowan’s Appointment, Number of Black Senators Doubles to Two
- The Search for Sage Smith
- Hip Hop Legend Afrika Bambaataa Named Visiting Scholar at Cornell
- First Ole Miss, Now More: Students In South Rail Against Obama Reelection
- Ole Miss Elects First Black Homecoming Queen
- To be Young, Black and Voting
- Is Harry Belafonte Right About Beyonce?