Kendra Bozarth

Kendra Bozarth

Kendra Bozarth (she/her) is an editor, writer and organizer who specializes in economic policy and narrative change.

Medical Workers Inside Maryland Hospital Work During Coronavirus Pandemic

Having to ‘earn a living’ is costing a lot of Kansans their lives

By: - November 10, 2023

Since the summer of 2022, I’ve struggled with an “illness within an illness” known as post-exertional malaise, or PEM. The “post-exertional” part means that any activity or use of energy, minimal or not, can cause debilitating symptoms without warning that last from hours to weeks on end. The physical effort of making myself lunch, or […]

Senate President Ty Masterson

Flat tax proposals will put Kansas at risk. My home is worth protecting from destructive policy.

By: - March 12, 2023

After almost six years on the east coast, I’m moving back to Kansas this summer, which means I’ll soon be part of what Sarah Smarsh calls “the homecomers”: folks who return to — and fight for — the rural places they love. I look forward to spontaneous drives through the Flint Hills with friends and […]