Danielle believes in making complex knowledge and research accessible to diverse audiences. Below is a selection of her favorite stories.

BUILDING AN ‘ESCAPE ROOM’ TO DRAW ATTENTION TO ELDER ABUSE

Written by Danielle Douez, May 7, 2020, Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture & Technology

“Gender-friendly” Tips for a nonbinary world

Written by Danielle Douez, June 28, 2019, HowStuffWorks

Rep. Lucy McBath, Other Leaders Talk About Working With Opportunity Youth of Color

Written by Danielle Douez, April 17, 2019, Youth Today

Immigration activists fighting to abolish ICE have a bigger vision

Comissioned & Edited by Danielle Douez, Aug. 13, 2018, The Conversation US

African-American GIs of WWII: Fighting for democracy abroad and at home

Commissioned & Edited by Danielle Douez, Feb. 9, 2017, The Conversation US

VISIBLE LEADERSHIP GOES FAR IN SUPPORTING TEACHER GROWTH

Written by Danielle Douez, Jan. 20, 2016, Southern Regional Education Board

Bullying is hot topic for students

Written by Danielle Douez, Nov. 29, 2013, Miami Herald

VOLUNTEERS SEWING MASKS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Written by Danielle Douez, April 16, 2020, Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture & Technology

What’s considered a microaggression?

Written by Danielle Douez, June 11, 2019, HowStuffWorks

Immigration Detention in the US: 4 Essential Reads

Written by Danielle Douez, Sept. 18, 2018, The Conversation US

Today’s US-Mexico ‘border crisis’ in 6 charts

Commissioned & Edited by Danielle Douez, June 27, 2018, The Conversation US

Police shootings and race in America: Five essential reads

Written by Danielle Douez, Sept. 21, 2016, The Conversation US

50 Shades of Black Creator Connects the Legendary Joyce Bryant to Elementary Kids and History Comes Alive

Written by Danielle Douez, Sept. 20, 2014, 50 Shades of Black: Sexuality, Skin Tone, and the Spectrum of Black Identity

D.C. mayor scolds Alexandria power plant

Written by Danielle Douez, July 18, 2011, Alexandria Times