GOOD has recently been on a bit of a media blitz, with our editors getting out in front of the camera to talk about recent news events, and discussing articles from our most recent issue, Beg, Borrow, or Steal.
Here is a clip (advance to about the 37 minute mark) is GOOD’s education editor, Liz Dwyer, discussing her moving piece about what the Trayvon Martin case means to her not just as a concerned citizen—if you are unsure of how bad this law is, please reference our infographic—but what it meant for her as a mother of two black sons. She also talks about this poignant discussion she filmed with her kids (who are the best, by the way) about racism in their day to day lives.
In this clip from The Big Picture with Thom Hartman, our associate editor, Nona Willis Aronowitz, chatting about her piece from our latest issue, “Minimum Rage”. This has been a big topic for our editorial team, with us launching a new Tumblr for all the Minium Ragers out there.
We’re incredibly proud of the work from these talented people, and bonus points that both can look so good on camera. Watch the shows to hear their thoughts on these topics, and hopefully we can keep spreading these topics, and others, more in the future.