2016. Governing with Words: The Political Dialogue on Race, Public Policy, and Inequality in America. Cambridge University Press.[pre-order]

--Findings referenced in the New York Times, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, The Huffington Post, Slate, Washington Monthly, and The Atlantic


2013. The Political Power of Protest: Minority Activism and Shifts in Public Policy. Cambridge University Press. [buy]

**Winner of the 2014 Best Book Award from the Race, Ethnicity, and Politics Section of the American Political Science Association (APSA)

--Discussed in The Washington Post
--Reviewed by Law and Politics Review, Choice, and Journal of American History
--Subject of Author Meets Critics (Midwest Political Science Association Conference 2015 and National Conference of Black Political Scientists 2014)


Journals and Book Chapters:

2012. “The Influence of Protest Activity on Congressional Behavior: The Scope of Minority Protests in the District.” Journal of Politics.

2010. “Expanding the Possibilities: A Toolbox Theory of Political Participation” with Fredrick Harris. Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Behavior. ed. Jan Leighley. Oxford University Press. 144-161

2009. “Exploring the Micro-Dynamics of Political Participation: Unpacking Trends in Black and White Activism Over Time” with Valeria Sinclair-Chapman and Robert Walker. Electoral Studies. 28 (4) 550:561


Articles Under Review:

“Education, Party Polarization and the Origins of the Partisan Gender Gap” with Jonathan Ladd and Marc Meredith. [pdf]

“Protest Impact on Electoral Outcomes” with Sarah Soule. [pdf]

"President's Race Conscious Dialogue on Health and the Impact on the Minority Community”. [pdf]


Working Papers:

“Income Inequality and Government’s Attention to Racial and Ethnic Minority Policies”

“The Push and Pull of African Americans Support for the Democratic Party" with Jonathan Ladd and Marc Meredith


Books in Progress:

Policies that Matter: The Impact of Public Policies on Racial and Ethnic Minority Communities

























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