Julia Carrie Wong is a freelance journalist living in San Francisco. Her writing on labor, feminism, tech and class struggle has appeared in Salon, In These Times, and Rolling Stone. She also co-writes a (profane) media criticism blog.
Manjula Martin is trying to arm freelance writers with knowledge, but capitalism has the upper hand.
The social media prowess of one Asian American activist is driving the mainstream media to distraction. Why do they care so much?
Can The Intercept make a dent in the overwhelming white maleness of policy reporting?
San Francisco is in the midst of a war, but it’s not about culture.
Can the women of color on Twitter who are feeding the media’s aggregation mania see remuneration for their efforts?
The numbers for representation of women and people of color in the media don’t add up to anything good.