New York Times reporter Jack Nicas asked the Election Integrity Partnership for information about a set of twitter accounts posing as members of then President Trump's family. I analyzed data on those accounts from EIP collections, which Jack used in the article.
As part of my work with the Election Integrity Partnership, I talked with NHK's Kohei Tsuji in December 2020 about the threat of continued political misinformation in the time after the election. I focused on how the particular narratives spread not only were false in themselves, but also served to undermine faith in our methods of finding truth and therefore in our government as a whole.
As part of our continuing work on 'repeat offenders', we focused on misinformation actors on Twitter who consistently shared false claims. New York Times reporter Sheera Frankel reached out to Election Integrity Partnership for more information, and I shared some of our insights with her.
Katherine Long, writing for The Seattle Times, covered the findings from my paper "Racialized Discourse in Seattle Rental Ad Texts." She contextualized our findings with interviews from local community leaders, landlords, and sociologist Junia Howell (whom we cite!).
I talked with KUOW's The Record host Marcie Sillman about the findings from my paper "Racialized Discourse in Seattle Rental Ad Texts." She asked excellent questions about the implications for gentrification.
Brit More, from Seattle's King 5 NBC affiliate station, interviewed UW Sociology's Kyle Crowder and yours truely for this short piece.