Katie Moritz

Katie Moritz is Rewire's senior editor and a Pisces who enjoys thrift stores, rock concerts and pho. She covered politics for a newspaper in Juneau, Alaska, before driving down to balmy Minnesota to help produce long-standing public affairs show "Almanac" at Twin Cities PBS. Now she works on this here website. Reach her via email at [email protected] Follow her on Twitter @katecmoritz.

Photo of adult daughter walking with her father on the beach. Emotional Barriers pbs rewire
How to Break Down Emotional Barriers With Your Dad
Stoic dad? Try finding a shared passion
Photo of a U.S. Border Crossing with a line of cars waiting. Rewire PBS Our Future Border Patrol
These Are Your Rights If You’re Stopped by Border Patrol
You always have the right to remain silent
Photo of friends having picture taken at club. Doing Love Differently pbs rewire
Single, Hooking Up, Married: When Your Friends Are Doing Love Differently

A few years ago, Keneta Anderson looked around the room at the costume party she had gone to […]

My Dad Is a Private Investigator, and Now I Am, Too

Lisa Ribacoff was on the streets of New York City, waiting for a guy to show himself. Just […]

Photo of two women eating popcorn watching a scary movie. Horror Movies pbs rewire
Why the Scariest Thing About Horror Movies is Us

When you turn on a classic slasher movie, there’s a feeling of campiness about it. A dude with […]

Photo of your gay couple with their foreheads together smiling. Cheated pbs rewire
If One of You Cheated, Is There Hope for Your Relationship?

If it seems like cheating is incredibly common, that’s because it is. According to the American Association for […]

A hand holds a large cookie in front of an airplane window that's flying at altitude. Rewire PBS Work Student Entrepreneurs
Trash Grains to Treasure: Student Entrepreneurs Innovate for Change

Working as a server at a restaurant in San Diego, Rey Mustafa watched kitchen staff throw away huge, […]

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How Our Ozone Hole Win Can Help Us With Climate Change

The year was 1987. A hole in the ozone layer was opening over Antarctica, and a young scientist […]

Woman having serious conversation with a family member in a coffee shop. Family Conversations pbs rewire
Words Matter: How to Address Offensive Language in Family Conversations

Every generation has its own way of talking about things. In the 1950s and ’60s, adults were panicking […]

Female veteran saluting American flags. Veterans pbs rewire
Why Veterans Could be the Key to Ending Partisan Politics

Congress’ freshman class has gotten a lot of attention for breaking the norm. It includes our first Muslim […]

Photo of the front porch on a residential home. Institutional Racism pbs rewire
Did Your Neighborhood Contribute to Institutional Racism?

When we think about segregation, we think about signs. Signs that prohibited black people in the South from […]

Photo of a long-haired woman at the wheel of a car, as seen from the backseat. Rewire PBS Living Women-Only Ridesharing
Where are the Ridesharing Companies for Women?

Laura Swan swore the same car had been trailing her the whole drive home. The 29-year-old was on […]