Anthropology Association Apologizes to Native Americans for the Field’s Legacy of Harm – Scientific American, March 28, 2022
For decades anthropologists exploited Indigenous peoples in the name of science. Now they are reckoning with that history.
Family Still Seeks Answers After Deadly Railroad-Crossing Accident – Fort Worth Magazine, September 7, 2021
On May 29, 1980, Joe Parsons was killed by a train at a railroad crossing. Forty years later, there are still questions left unanswered.
Long-form feature with photography.
Activists opposing the rebuild of an incinerator in the London Borough of Enfield ... have been forced to confront environmentalism’s white, middle-class dominance.
Audio & radio producing, reporting and writing
Device that stores liquid sunshine could one day power your phone – New Scientist, May 13, 2022
A system for trapping sunlight as thermal energy within molecules and then converting it to electricity could be a portable replacement for batteries.
Writer, Multimedia journalist, Photographer, producer, host, traveler, dancer
(not necessarily in that order)
Reporting & writing for online and print
Television & digital producing, reporting, hosting, videography and editing
Long-form with photography for Anthropolitan, a publication of the Anthropology Department at University College London. This work was the foundation for Rachel's 2021 MSc dissertation on identities and exclusion in urban environmental movements in London.