Published Work

donnie’s profile at The Student Life of the Claremont Colleges.

Selected Works:

We’re Trans, We’re Dying, and We’re Fighting Nov. 18, 2016

Court Costs and Complexities Still Remain in Legally Transitioning March 24, 2017

Nancy Williams Talks Activism, History on Transgender Day of Visibility April 7, 2017

Queer Bodies: Over-Politicized and Dehumanized April 14, 2017

Unintentional Ableism Abounds at 5Cs April 28, 2017

Making a Space for Trans People in Reproductive Justice Oct. 13, 2017

On Trans Day of Remembrance, A Few Reasons to Hope Nov. 17, 2017

Disability Day Of Mourning and 1,027 Reasons To Be Angry March 2, 2018

For Autism Acceptance Month, Think #RedInstead April 13, 2018

Navigating Health Insurance Still Proves Challenging For Trans People April 20, 2018

Peaceful Protests Won’t Save Marginalized Groups November 15, 2018

The Claremont Colleges Can Do Better When It Comes To HIV Harm Reduction November 30, 2018

Loud hands are proud hands: The joy, freedom, and pain of stimming December 7, 2018 

  • CCMA award winner!

How ‘giving voice to the voiceless’ ignores nuance March 6, 2019

Disability support goes beyond accommodations September 20, 2019 

Lack of clarity on sexual assault reporting is a disaster waiting to happen February 6, 2020

Autism Speaks’ rebranding co-opts neurodiversity February 20, 2020

Resist the temptation to moralize COVID-19 April 1, 2020

My blood isn’t second-class April 8, 2020