Collier Meyerson is a Knobler Fellow at Type Media Center. She is also a contributor at WIRED Magazine and New York Magazine. She received an Emmy for her work on MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes and has won two awards from the National Association of Black Journalists for her writing. Her work has appeared in the New Yorker, Glamour, New York Magazine, n+1, the New York Times Magazine, and WIRED, among others.
Tiffany Cabán, a career public defender, is running for district attorney of Queens with an ambitious criminal-justice-reform agenda.
By Collier Meyerson in the Intelligencer.
On the December day I found out I was carrying a baby, the only thing I could think about was my own mortality.
By Collier Meyerson in New York Magazine.
My Instagram fantasy seemed a natural extension of my recent relationship with the platform. By Collier Meyerson in WIRED.
The co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement talked to The Nation about her initiative to engage skeptics and build political power among black communities.
In their choice of a police chief and through other local initiatives, mayors can make major strides in improving the way their constituents interact with police and the criminal justice system.
The “enthusiastic consent” standard imagines a future in which pressure and coercion aren’t part of bad sex at all.