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John Jay in the Media is an e-publication of the Office of Marketing and Communications that informs the campus community about the impressive coverage that our faculty, staff, students and alumni frequently receive in the media. The newsletter includes links to highlights of John Jay College's media coverage.

 

 

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WJR-AM • April 18, 2022

The Mitch Albom Show

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed police use of deadly force after a motorist fled during a traffic stop.

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KRIV-TV • April 19, 2022

Houston's Morning Show 9am

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the unique security challenges that malls present after the recent mall shootings in Texas, South Carolina, and New Jersey.

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WXTV-TV • April 22, 2022

Noticias Univisiσn 41---A las Once

Adjunct Professor Felipe Rodriguez discussed ghost guns.

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Spectrum News NY1 • April 27, 2022

Inside City Hall (Part 2)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed Mayor Adams $99.7 billion budget.

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Spectrum News NY1 • April 27, 2022

Inside City Hall (Part 1)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the NY Court of Appeals ruling that the congressional and state senate district maps drawn by Democrats are unconstitutional.

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Proskauer For Good • April 29, 2022

Addressing Race and Poverty in the NYS Family Court

President Karol V. Mason gave the opening remarks at panel discussion on race and poverty in NYS family court.

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Newsy • April 15, 2022

Newsy Tonight With Chance Seales

Adjunct Professor and Master Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy Keith Ross discussed the Sunset Park Brooklyn subway station shooting, stop and frisk, and security on public transit.

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The Washington Post • April 16, 2022

Crime is rising on subways across the country, experts say

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, the first female captain of the Conrail Police, the predecessor to Metro North, discussed the causes behind the nationwide rise in crime on the subway.

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CNN Online • April 16, 2022

Gun buybacks take weapons out of circulation, but experts say there's no evidence the programs reduce violence

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained why gun buyback programs are just political theater.

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New York Online • April 16, 2022

Why Do We Fail People in Cults?

Psychology Professor Chitra Raghavan, an expert in victim psychology, discussed how institutions can help victims of coercive control.

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Detroit Free Press • April 17, 2022

Patrick Lyoya death analyzed by experts

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor analyzed the police use of force during an deadly traffic stop where a motorist was killed.

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Detroit Free Press • April 17, 2022

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Experts see missed chances at resolution in video; Officer and Lyoya both had opportunities, they say

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Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor analyzed the police use of force during an officer-civilian traffic stop where a motorist was killed.

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Houston Chronicle • April 18, 2022

America faces a serious shortage of home health care workers. A new Houston co-op says they have a fix

Professor of Community Justice and Social Economic Development Jessica Gordon Nembhard explained how co-ops helped Black Americans post-Civil War.

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China Daily (U.S. Edition) • April 18, 2022

2 Minors Dead, 8 Injured at Midnight Party Shooting in US City Pittsburgh

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann commented on the nationwide rise in homicides in metropolitan areas.

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The Record & Herald News Online/NorthJersey.com • April 18, 2022

Mall safety is the 'number one priority' in North Jersey. How officials keep shoppers safe

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed active shooter preparedness in a mall setting.

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Black Agenda Report • April 18, 2022

Manufacturing Hate: How Africa was Demonized in Western Media

Adjunct Professor of African History Milton Allimadi discussed his new book "Manufacturing Hate: How Africa Was Demonized in Western Media."

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Publicnow • April 18, 2022

U.S. Department of Agriculture Announces Key Staff Appointments

John Jay alumna Ny Whitaker will serve as Director of Scheduling and Advance in the Office of the Secretary for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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TIME • April 20, 2022

Texas Is About to Execute a Woman for Her Daughter's Death. But She May Well Be Innocent

Distinguished Professor of Psychology Saul Kassin wrote an op-ed condemning the scheduled execution of 53 year-old Melissa Lucio for allegedly murdering her two-year old daughter Mariah.

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FOX News Channel Online • April 20, 2022

NYC subway attack shows city's ongoing struggle to grapple with mental health, crime surge, experts say

Professors Dorothy Schulz and Joe Giacalone discussed the prevalence of those with mental health issues in the subway system.

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KSNV-TV Online • April 20, 2022

Did police arrest boy, 8, over stolen chips? Viral video explained

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor analyzed the police response when handling an eight year old who stole a bag of chips.

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The Daily Beast • April 21, 2022

Indict Trump Now or I'm Out

Alissa Marque Heydari, deputy director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College, explained the pitfalls of empaneling  a second grand jury for the same case, as new Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg was poised to let lapse the grand jury convened for an investigation in the Trump Organization.

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FOX News Channel Online • April 21, 2022

Orsolya Gaal, NYC mom found stabbed to death in duffel bag: Timeline of events

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained the elements of a good investigation in the high-profile murder case of Orsolya Gaal, a 51-year-old Queens mother who was discovered dead in a duffel bag just a few blocks from her home.

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The Epoch Times-Chicago Edition Online • April 21, 2022

Murders of Black Americans Surged in 2020 Amid 'Defund the Police' Movement

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, explained the pandemic conditions that have contributed to the increase in homicides.

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readMedia • April 21, 2022

Goshen resident takes command of specialized NY Army Guard unit Friday, April 22, at Camp Smith Training Site

John Jay alumnus Lieutenant Col. Gurpreet Singh took command of the New York Army National Guard's 53rd Digital Liaison Detachment during a formal change-of-command ceremony at the Camp Smith Training Site in Cortlandt Manor on Friday, Apr. 22.

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City Journal Online • April 21, 2022

Surveillance Is No Panacea for Subway Safety

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz wrote an op-ed calling for Mayor Eric Adams to invest in mental-health services and radio communications after the Brooklyn subway terrorist attack.

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Association for Psychological Science - APS • April 21, 2022

False Confessions: A Current Matter of Life and Death

Distinguished Professor of Psychology Saul Kassin explained the science of false confessions in the case of Melissa Lucio, who was set for execution for allegedly murdering her two-year old daughter Mariah. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals granted a stay of execution for her on April 25.

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CBS News Online • April 21, 2022

"Look at how he maltreated my son:" Father outraged after viral video shows police detaining crying 8-year-old boy

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor analyzed the police response when handling an eight year old who stole a bag of chips.

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Salon • April 21, 2022

Michael Cohen threatens to stop cooperating with Manhattan DA unless he charges Trump this month

Alissa Marque Heydari, deputy director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College, explained the pitfalls of empaneling  a second grand jury for the same case, as new Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg was poised to let lapse the grand jury convened for an investigation in the Trump Organization.

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C-SPAN Online • April 21, 2022

Eugene O'Donnell Discusses the Increase in Gun Violence & Mass Shootings

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell talked about the increase in mass shootings across the U.S.

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Guardian • April 21, 2022

Move over, Giuliani: how loopholes sparked a golden age of cannabis in New York

Former John Jay professor Ansley Hamid documented how marginalized communities such as Rastafari in Canarsie sold cannabis.

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Brooklyn Eagle Online • April 21, 2022

Mayor Adams appoints new expertise for Judiciary Panel

John Jay alumnus Muhammad Faridi, a partner in Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP's Litigation department, was appointed to serve on the Mayor Adams' Advisory Committee on the Judiciary.

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Caribbean Life Online • April 21, 2022

Vincy pageant founder, prez celebrates 60th birthday in grand style – Caribbean Life

John Jay alumna Yvonne Peters, president of the Brooklyn-based Caribbean American Cultural Group (CACG), was profiled as she celebrates her 60th birthday.

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City & State New York Online • April 22, 2022

Syracuse police had other options for dealing with 8-year-old accused of stealing. They didn't use them.

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor analyzed the police response when handling an eight year old who stole a bag of chips.

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The New York Times Online • April 22, 2022

If a Rat Falls Into Your Bed, Call Your Lover's Boyfriend

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson wrote a column about her love life for the NYTimes' Modern Love section.

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The Epoch Times-Chicago Edition Online • April 22, 2022

Democratic Party Is Alienating Its Base, Heading for Trouble in November Midterms, Analysts Say

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, discussed how the Brooklyn subway shooting along with a series of high-profile incidents, have affected the public perception of crime in NYC and other progressive cities.

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WABC-TV Online • April 22, 2022

How likely are you to become a victim?

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, commented on the rise in subway crime.

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The Journal News Online • April 22, 2022

From Georgia to Yonkers: Inside the alleged gun trafficking scheme that led to a detective being shot

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor explained how ghost guns are transported to urban communities.

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Law360 • April 23, 2022

New Guidelines Offer Roadmap For Post-Conviction Reviews

Alissa Marque Heydari, deputy director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College, explained why it is critical for prosecutors to work with defense counsel in reviewing wrongful convictions claims.

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Newsday • April 24, 2022

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INSIDE INTERNAL AFFAIRS; COPS GAVE HIM A BREAK. IT PROVED FATAL.; An officer drove an intoxicated Peter Fedden home without a sobriety test after a crash. Minutes later, driving another car, Fedden hit a brick wall and was killed. The officer's punis

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Adjunct Professor John Bandler, a former state trooper, commented on a police officer's discretion after the officer drove home a drunk associate after a fatal car crash.

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CNN Online • April 24, 2022

South Carolina officer killed while responding to domestic dispute, a dangerous circumstance for police

Professor Jon Shane, a former NJ police captain, explained why domestic disturbance calls create some of the most dangerous circumstances for police.

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Newsday • April 25, 2022

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COPS SEEK HELP ON COLD CASES; Suffolk police, Crime Stoppers still trying to solve

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Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed how NYPD Crime Stoppers helps build bridges with communities.

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The Pulse: Finch University of Health Sciences • April 25, 2022

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Organization of Black Students to host Kent Lecture with daughter of Malcolm X

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Adjunct Professor of Africana Studies Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of activists Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz, spoke at the University of Chicago on April 28 as part of this year's George E. Kent Lecture.

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The Post-Standard Online/Syracuse.com • April 25, 2022

Syracuse police stop of boy caught on video could have gone better but had good moments, too

Adjunct Professor Felipe Rodriguez, a former NYPD sergeant, commented on how the police handled an eight-year old boy caught stealing chips.

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Yahoo News • April 25, 2022

Experts say misinformed 'groomer' attacks hurt real efforts to prevent child sex abuse

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic argued that misinformed rhetoric, which muddies the public's understanding on the term “grooming”  ultimately harms legitimate efforts to prevent sexual abuse.

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FOX News Channel Online • April 25, 2022

NYC police 'deeply concerned' about subway assaults on workers, cops as violent transit crime uptick persists

Professors Dorothy Schulz and Joe Giacalone discussed the prevalence of those with mental health issues in the subway system.

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The Christian Science Monitor • April 26, 2022

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Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on the state of the policing profession after the murder of George Floyd.

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The National Interest Online • April 26, 2022

It's Time to Treat Data Protection as a National Security Issue

Professor Marie-Helen Maras wrote an article emphasizing that the lack of adequate personal data protection in the United States poses a significant threat to national security.

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Town & Country Online • April 26, 2022

A Billionaire, His Neighbors and Their Battle Over Art

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson explained the extreme measures art collectors throughout history took to conceal their acquisitions from public scrutiny.

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FOX News Channel Online • April 27, 2022

NYC Mayor Eric Adams promised to crush crime but is being thwarted by remnants of his predecessor, expert

Professor Emeritus Eli Silverman discussed the rise in crime under Mayor De Blasio and Mayor Adams’ efforts to combat violence.

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Philadelphia Inquirer Online • April 27, 2022

Before killing a 12-year-old, a South Philly plainclothes police unit caused frequent chaos, residents say

Professor Peter Moskos commented on the tactics the South Philadelphia police task force use to seize illegal guns. Adjunct Lecturer Jill Snider, who worked for a decade as a plainclothes officer, discussed the risks involved in engaging with the public as a plainclothes officer.

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WNBC-TV Online • April 27, 2022

Hochul Honeymoon Is Over for Livid Albany Lawmakers

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang predicts how the race for governor this November in NY will play out based on Governor Hochul's approval rating and voter turnout from last year.

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SoMdNews.com • April 27, 2022

The public considers St. Mary's draft budget

Sheriff Tim Cameron of St. Mary's County, Maryland requested county funding to work with the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College.

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TIME • April 28, 2022

A Texas Court Halted Melissa Lucio's Execution. Here's What to Know About Her Case

Distinguished Professor of Psychology Saul Kassin wrote an op-ed condemning the scheduled execution of 53 year-old Melissa Lucio for allegedly murdering her two-year old daughter Mariah.

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Minnesota Ag Connection • April 28, 2022

Minnesota Ag Connection - Morris Colloquium Today, Friday Focused on Climate, Social Change

Professor of Philosophy Michael Brownstein gave the lecture "Climate Change, Racism, and Misinformation," at the the 46th Annual Midwest Philosophy Colloquium.

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Brooklyn Eagle Online • April 28, 2022

A Viable Two-Party System Needed For New York To Work

Former John Jay adjunct Professor Bob Capano co-wrote an op-ed on how New York Republicans can seize control of Albany and the City.

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FITSNews • April 28, 2022

What Can Blood Spatter Tell Us? Forensic Expert Explains

Linda Chiu Rourke, an Adjunct Lecturer in Criminalistics, explained the science behind high velocity impact bloodstain patterns.

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Queens Chronicle - Central Edition - Online • April 28, 2022

Details emerge in Orsolya Gaal case

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the Orsolya Gaal murder case and criticized the media and public response to it.

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ABA Journal Online • April 28, 2022

One-time jailhouse lawyer creates legal jobs program for the formerly incarcerated

John Jay alumnus Devon Simmons is the co-founder and project director of the recently-launched Paralegal Pathways Initiative, a new program helping those with past convictions find work as paralegals and other jobs in the legal profession.

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Philadelphia Inquirer Online • April 28, 2022

Philly wants to bring back a version of an old strategy to fight gun violence. Specifics are pending.

The group violence intervention strategy, created by National Network for Safe Communities (NNSC) Director David Kennedy, has led to declines in gun violence of more than 30% in several cities. The NNSC is working with the City of Philadelphia to implement it.

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WPIX-TV Online • April 29, 2022

6 robberies in 80 minutes; the hunt for 2 purse-stealing suspects

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, commented on the half-dozen robberies committed on motor scooters in New York City.

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the ticker • April 30, 2022

CUNYfirst receives 'modern, tile-based' design upgrade

Several John Jay students criticized the upgrade of CUNYFirst for the formatting, the lack of contact information, and other issues.

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U.S. News & World Report • April 30, 2022

Experts: Lawmaker Rape Case Illustrates Survivors' Trauma

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic commented on the rarity of sexual assault convictions and ways to help survivors.

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The Baltimore Sun Online • April 30, 2022

Maryland's independent police investigation law survived its first test - but process not without growing pains

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed how police departments nationwide reacted to state reforms after the murder of George Floyd.

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New York Post Online • April 30, 2022

New Yorkers worry over flowering weed market

Adjunct Professor Eugene O'Donnell explained why the legalization of cannabis in NY has clouded people's perception of the law. Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, an Adjunct Professor at John Jay, explained why prosecutors won't crackdown on the illegal sale of marijuana.

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New York Post Online • April 30, 2022

Taylor Swift, Dr. Anthony Fauci and Mayor Eric Adams set to speak at NYC commencements

Astronaut Ellen Ochoa, the first Hispanic woman in space and artist, and Faith Ringgold will be honorary degree recipients at John Jay's 2022 commencement ceremony, pending approval by the CUNY Board of Trustees.

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The Washington Post Online • April 30, 2022

Shoe size can change in pregnancy. Allyson Felix's brand wants to help.

Professor Nicole Elias, co-founder of The Initiative for Gender Equity in the Public Sector, discussed the little-known expenses women take on and how more women in executive leadership roles can help.

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