Here’s a selection of media outlets which have focused on Imara’s contributions as a thought leader, public figure and content creator.
At The Recast we’ve been eyeing the rapid growth in anti-trans bills and wondering: Why now? What’s driving this? So we tapped journalist Imara Jones, who just launched a limited-run, investigative podcast on these bills, to offer her perspective on what’s really going on. Let’s jump into it.
This year, we took Stonewall Day (SWD) to Los Angeles and the historic Coliseum as part of the Twitch Pride Festival presented by OutLoud to connect today’s generations to the Stonewall legacy.
Imara was featured in Elle's '20 Women Of Color In Politics To Watch In 2020' article compiled by She The People, a "national non profit network of women of color committed to social justice and voter mobilization."
In her Q&A with Forbes, political journalist Imara Jones talks about starting her show 'The Last Sip' (set to return in 2020), what sets it apart from other new sources, and the importance of representation in journalism.
Click here to read Imara's piece with The Advocate where she explains the meaning of Trans Day Of Remembrance (November 20th), what she's done to pay respects to trans lives lost to violence and neglect, and her hope for a world where we won't need to celebrate TDOR.
Exit goes on to write about Imara Jones and how she encompasses the term 'Queer Warrior' through her existence and exquisite work meant to help the world understand and embrace the trans experience, read it here.
Yahoo! Entertainment covers a conversation between Imara Jones and actress Angelica Ross on their respective organizations, what led them to founding them, and what it means for them to live as they are. The article, as well as a link to watch the conversation, can be found here.