Follow my work

LGBTQ Nation

  1. The anti-trans middle school vice principal who threw beer on a woman has been reinstated
  2. LGBTQ people are protesting in Harlem as Columbia University tries to buy their neighborhood
  3. The New York City Queer Liberation March proves “We’re still here. And we’re still fighting.”
  4. Gays Against Guns rally in remembrance of the Pulse Massacre & every mass shooting since 2016

Late Nights with Lana at 10PRL (more below)

  1. Broadcast #8: Kym Hoffman, LGBTQ+ ally parent sick of transphobia, runs for Neptune Township BOE
  2. Broadcast #5: Walking the Runway + Rapping on the Jersey Shore, It’s Heather Hills
  3. Broadcast #1: 2022 Asbury Park Mayoral Candidate Talks his Talk

Asbury Park Press (you may experience a paywall so below are two picks!)

  1. Howell plan for 319 homes — and 92 affordable housing condos — back before board
  2. 5k run becomes one mile swim to benefit pediatric cancer research

Out in Jersey

  1. Sussex County Church rainbow flag burning
  2. The first transgender activist sculpture in New York City Parks
  3. LGBTQ activists say COVID’s transition to normal doesn’t exist


  1. Singapore government fails to overturn colonial-era LGBTQ criminalization law
  2. LGBTQ Ukrainians fight for their country and their lives. Here’s how you can help.
  3. America’s Putin-style anti-LGBTQ bills progress toward law
  4. Edafe Okporo fled LGBTQ criminalization in Nigeria only to land in America’s systemic asylum nightmare
  5. Olympic and anti-doping officials are called out for inconsistency in rules after figure skater is allowed to compete after positive drug test
Producing GLAAD’s voting campaign called: I SAY VOTE by writing and producing scripts for over 20 celebrities to read including Laverne Cox, Wilson Cruz and Ariana DeBose (some of these videos are not yet released)

The Signal @ The College of New Jersey (TCNJ)

TCNJ Journalism School x Anthropology School Webinar: AGRICULTURE & The Family Farms of New Jersey

Agriculture workers, or those that perform farm work, are often described as “vulnerable” populations. In this webinar, “Family Farms of New Jersey,” I host a panel of one farmer, a farming advocate, a history scholar, and a journalism scholar to better understand why farm workers have always been vulnerable. The history of farm labor undeniably delves in intersectionality as well race, gender, and class so we can best understand the work many of us profit in convenience from.

%d bloggers like this: