Kai author is a freelance journalist in Brooklyn, NY. His activity explores the politics of sex and race, with a particular focus on the implications for public health. Kai contributes on a regular basis to The Progressive, Mother Jones and Poz magazines, among other indy and community crush publications.
The podcast explored America’s debate all over its interior individuality against the backdrop of the 2016 election, identification supporters of Donald Trump and their immigrant neighbors in the suburbs of lifelong Island. Kai was also host of the podcast “There Goes the Neighborhood,” which explored gentrification in Brooklyn. He is the number one article director of Colorlines and a old familiar of the fact-finding money at the land Institute.
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Throughout his career, Kai’s coverage and verbal creation has focused on grouping justice, economic inequity, healthcare, and sexuality. He is the first newspaper column director of Colorlines and a longtime fellow of the inquiring Fund at the Nation Institute.