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Daniel Mollenkamp

Journalist, Researcher, Educator

 

Background

  • American journalist with experience on the ground in Africa, Europe, and the United States.

  • Published in The Christian Science Monitor, Investopedia, Tennessee Lookout, Diplomatic Courier, newspapers across the U.S., and policy publications around the world.

  • Covered international policy, human rights, inequality, political economics, and regulations on gene editing. 

  • For three years, I worked as a U.S. correspondent focused on the cannabis and vaping industries.

  • Spoken by invitation at Stanford University and the College of William and Mary.

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Writing

Some Work Samples

The Racial Wealth Gap

February 24, 2021

A stark gap exists in the wealth of Americans across race and ethnicity. Here's a deep dive into the data for Investopedia.

US federal attempts to protect workers’ rights and status in the face of Big Tech

July 22, 2021

A collection of regulatory proposals are trying to shape the relationship between platform companies and the workers who make money on them – reflecting a continued struggle by lawmakers and regulators to catch up with the ways the digital economy has shifted the nature of work in the US.

The Downfall of Omar al-Bashir Doesn't Guarantee Democracy

May 2, 2019

Last Thursday, Sudan’s National Defense Minister Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf said that Omar al-Bashir, who had ruled Sudan since rising to power in an Islamic coup in 1989, was under house arrest...