Inverse #Future50: "Birder Corina Newsome--I want to see a scientist who looks like me"
National Geographic: "10 good-news stories for wildlife in 2020: #3 Black Birders Week"
CBC Quirks & Quarks: "Studying sparrows and launching a movement in support of Black scientists"
Sierra Magazine: "Corina Newsome Helps Hatch #BlackBirdersWeek"
Savannah Morning News: "Graduate student joins Georgia Audubon"
Atlanta Journal-Constitution: "Georgia Audubon hires community engagement manager"
Conde Nast Traveler: "Meet the Women Making the Outdoors More Accessible to All"
Georgia Southern University Newsroom: "Corina Newsome, co-organizer of Black Birders Week, helps change national narrative about inclusion in science, outdoor spaces"
PBS Nature: "Corina Newsome: Biologist | Black Birders Week"
The New Yorker: "Corina Newsome and the Black Birders Movement"
Los Angeles Times: "The Wild: Considering camping? Read this first"
Garden and Gun: "The Power of Birding in the South"
Riff Reporter (Germany): "Black Birders Week – wenn Vogelbeobachter gegen Rassismus kämpfen"
CBC News- The National (Canada): "Black birdwatchers push back against stereotypes, racism with #BlackBirdersWeek"
BirdWatching Magazine: "Good birders: Meet Corina Newsome"
Scientific American: "Black Birders Call Out Racism, Say Nature Should Be for Everyone"
National Geographic: "Everyone Can Watch the Birds"
New York Magazine - The Cut: "Black Birding is About Hope"
American Bird Conservancy: "#BlackBirdersWeek Aims To Raise Awareness, Grow Community"
Paper Magazine: "Look out for #BlackBirdersWeek on Your Timeline"
National Audubon Society: "‘Black Birders Week’ Promotes Diversity and Takes on Racism in the Outdoors"
New York Times: "The Birds Are Not on Lockdown, and More People Are Watching Them"
BirdWatching Magazine: "#BlackBirdersWeek aims to raise awareness, grow community"
National Geographic: "Backstage with Carnivore Ecologist Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant"
The Philadelphia Inquirer: "'It’s important you know I grew up in the ’hood,’ says this wildlife conservationist from Philly"
WABE News, Atlanta: "Appreciating The Rhythm Of The Natural World’: Studying Nature During The Pandemic"
Popular Mechanics: "These 10 Women Are Changing the Way We Talk About Science"
Diversity in Action Magazine: November/December issue (magazine pp. 38-41)
Savannah Morning News: "Georgia Climate Conference moves to action"
National Parks and Recreation Magazine: Equity Issue (magazine p. 33)
PBS NOVA press release commentary: "Popular pesticide throws off birds’ feeding and migration schedules"
PBS NOVA press release commentary: "Cheeseburgers give urban crows higher cholesterol—just like us"
The Brunswick News: "Seminar to highlight rising sea level effects on bird nesting"
Peterson Toscano: "Meet Corina Newsome — The Self-Described Hood Naturalist"
The Grad Post Spring 2019, Georgia Southern University: Student Spotlight, Corina Newsome
God and Nature Magazine: "Learning lessons from Nature: A conversation with Corina Newsome"
Sierra Club, The Overstory: "The Movement for Black Lives Saves the Planet"
Biomimicry Institute: "Start Where You Are: A Conversation on Uprooting Racism and Creating Systemic Change in S.T.E.M."
NPR, Science Friday: "Making The Outdoors Great For Everyone," featuring Dr. Carolyn Finney, Corina Newsome, and Tim Shin
American Birding Association: "#BlackBirdersWeek and Its Impact with Corina Newsome & Tykee James"
Broad Science: "#BlackBirdersWeek with Corina Newsome"
NPR Short Wave: "Animal Slander! Debunking 'Birdbrained' And 'Eat Like A Bird'," featuring Corina Newsome and Alejandro Rico-Guevara.
The Wild Life Podcast: "Conversation with Corina Newsome, aka the Hood Naturalist"
Just the Zoo of Us: "Harris's Hawk with Corina Newsome!"
WNPR/Connecticut Public Radio: "Birds In Decline; How Habitat Loss And Climate Change Impact Birds In Connecticut"
NPR, Science Friday: "Following The Flock Into The New Year," featuring Corina Newsome and Geoff LeBaron
Citizen's Climate Radio: "The Art House: Rooted and Rising, fusing faith and personal essay to promote climate action" Featuring Corina Newsome, Dr. Natasha DeJarnett, and Dr. Leah Schade
Brains On: "Ask-A-Scientist: Bird Bonanza!" Featuring Corina Newsome and Dr. J. Drew Lanham
The Science Pawdcast: "Storm Quakes, The Love of Dogs and Corina Newsome- Biologist and Explorer"
Yale Climate Connections: "Biologist Corina Newsome wants to protect a tiny bird from sea-level rise"
The Naturalist Podcast Episode 29: "Seaside Sparrows, Climate Change, and Reaching Out with Corina Newsome"
BioLogos: "Meet Zoo Keeper Corina Newsome" (excerpt from film "Behold The Earth")
Wow in the World: Scientist Saturday
Podcast- The Dr. Will Show: "How to follow you calling: Journey as an African American in Wildlife Biology
Skype a Scientist: "Working in Zoos and Marsh Ecology with Corina Newsome"
Citizens’ Climate Radio, Ep. 30: "What does the Bible say about climate change?"
Behold The Earth (2017), directed by David Conover
National Audubon Society Magazine: "It's Time to Build a Truly Inclusive Outdoors"
Rookery Newsletter of the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes: "The Impact of our Urban Sanctuary"
World Association of Zoos and Aquariums Conference: "Disrupting homogeneity: The importance of relationships and cultivating a long-term perspective."
Cincinnati Nature Center, Next In Nature Teen Summit: "From the Block, to the Zoo, to the Marsh: The unexpected adventures of a Black city girl"
Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Annual Meeting: "Disrupting homogeneity: Windows, mirrors and
cultivating a long-term perspective"
Coastal Georgia Audubon Society: “Climate Change and a Salty Sparrow: Understanding seaside sparrow nest-predation threat in a variable landscape”
Episcopal Academy, pre-k - 5th grade: "The Zoo: Saving wildlife, inspiring action"
Morehouse MoreGreen & National Audubon Society meet and greet: "People of color in environmental conservation"- featured speaker and panelist
Science on Tap, Georgia Southern University: "The Faces of Wildlife Conservation: Zoos, people of color, and others we struggle to trust"
Georgia Sea Turtle Center: “Climate Change and a Salty Sparrow: Understanding seaside sparrow nest-predation threat in a variable landscape”
Lab Living-Learning Community, Georgia Southern University: "A Hood Naturalist: From the block to the zoo to the marsh"
College of Charleston: "Faith Justice and Global Warming: Discussing the Climate of our Times," joint presentation with Peterson Toscano
Nashville State Community College: "A Hood Naturalist: A city girl's journey in wildlife conservation"