2023 “Black Soldiers & their Families in the Civil War,” Unsung History, by Kelly Therese, May 29.
2023 “This White officer led Black troops during the Civil War. 110 years after his death, he was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery,” CNN, by Phil Gast, April 30.
2023 “At Fort Pillow, Confederates Massacred Black Soldiers After They Surrendered,” Smithsonian Magazine, by Dr. Erin L. Thompson, April 10.
2022 “The Families’ Civil War,” Dauphin County Library System, by Scott LaMar, November 16.
2022 “A Scholars Session,” Lincoln’s Cottage, by Dr. Michael A. Mason, November 9.
2022 “The Families’ Civil War,” Defense One Radio, by Benjamin Hamilton, November 9.
2022 “Black Soldiers and their Families During the Civil War Era,” This Week in Black History, Society, and Culture, by Dr. Hettie Williams, October 16.
2022 “National Book Lovers Day: Alumni Author Spotlights,” UCF Alumni Blog, by Ashley Cullins, August 9.
2022 “The Families’ Civil War,” New Books Network, hosted by Omari Averette-Phillips, June 29.
2022 “Jim Limber: The myth of the Confederate president’s adopted Black son,” interviewed by Sydney Trent (Washington Post), April 10.
2022 “A Call to Remember the 200,000 Black Troops Who Helped Save the Union,” interviewed by Christine Hauser (New York Times), February 26.
2021 “How Black Women Fought for Civil War Pensions and Benefits,” interviewed by Becky Little (The History Channel) November 16.
2021 “African-American Families and the Civil War” interviewed by Alexander Churchill and Zach White (History Hack) September 24.
2021 “Ballot Blocked Episode 1: Service, Sacrifice, and Citizenship,” interviewed by Eleanor Mahoney (for the National Park Services). June 23.
2021 “Set to Mark ‘Union Spy,’ Virginia Combats Self-Made Myths: interviewed by Connor Scribner (for Virginia Public Media, an NPR affiliate). May 20.
2021 “The History of Northern African American families during the Civil War,” interviewed by Janika Carey (for WFXRTV News in Lynchburg, VA). February 15.
2020 “USCT Veterans and Their Kin,” Coffee and Hardtack, hosted by Jennifer Edington and Doug Dammann (at the Civil War Museum). November 16.
2020 “The Families Civil War,” The Rogue Historian, hosted by Keith Harris. November 15.
“U.S. Grant History Chat,” hosted by Nick Sacco (National Parks Services), on August 18, 2020.
2020 “Their Stories: Remembering Stories of Suffrage Beyond the 19th,” The Podcast hosted by Sylvea Hollis (at the National Park Services). June 25.
“Ranger Chat on Reconstruction,” hosted by Chris Barr (National Park Services), on June 1, 2020.