Combined with her rich and varied experience working in politics, the progressive movement, her leadership in the Young Democrats of America and specifically her in depth work in the women’s rights movement, Atima has a wealth of knowledge writing and speaking on national politics, candidates, and policy and culture issues including feminism, women in politics, women in film/media, reproductive rights & justice, domestic violence, and race & gender inequality.
Atima has traveled across the US and to Canada to speak on Democratic politics, Millenial vote and activism and women’s rights. Atima has also appeared a number of times as a political commentator Fox News Channel (FNC) and Fox Business (FBN) specifically Fox News’ O’Reilly Factor, Your World with Neil Cavuto, Fox and Friends First, a Fox & Friends, America’s News Headquarters, The Strategy Room, FBN’s Risk & Reward and After the Bell PBS’ To The Contrary, MSNBC, CNN, PBS, CSPAN, Sky News & BBC
Not only has Atima been quoted in the Washington Post, American Prospect and other state and local news outlets but she has written extensively on politics and various progressive topics that have been featured in the American Prospect, Huffington Post, The Root, The Hill, Talking Points Memo, Ebony Magazine, Virginian-Pilot, Ms. Magazine, Women’s Enews, the Shriver Report, RH Reality Check, and many blogs.
Below are some sample media clips. You can contact her for an interview here:
Fox Business: Sean Spicer Resignation, July 21, 2017
Fox & Friends First: Obama criticizes Trump’s policies overseas, July 3, 2017
MSNBC Live: Trump’s Russia Connections & Dem Strategy, March 2017
Fox News’ O’Reilly Factor: Trump’s Inauguration & Celebrity Attendance (December 2016)
From CNN’s New Day, November 2016
From PBS’ To The Contrary, April 15, 2016
Discussing Taylor Swift, Women, & Social Media
From NPR’s Weekend Edition with Rachel Martin, February 7, 2016
Discussing Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders candidacies in the 2016 election
On CNN’s A New Day, November 2, 2014
Discussing whether young people will turn out for Democrats or Republicans in the 2014 midterm elections