Editor focused on visual storytelling Education: Indiana University, Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
Danielle Rindler is a graphics editor at The Washington Post, where she creates award-winning visual journalism. Before joining the Post in 2014, she was a print designer at the Arizona Republic. At The Post, she has played a crucial role in coordinating, developing, designing and publishing some of the newsroom’s most influential stories across multiple platforms.
Professional Affiliations: Society for News Design
Four or more people have been killed in a mass shooting every 47 days, on average, since June 17, 2015 when a young white supremacist killed nine people at a historic African American church in Charleston, S.C. This weekend, the 30th and 31st such shootings since then took place just 13 hours apart.
Poor women consistently face longer drives and more difficult access to abortion services, according to Post analysis of drive-time zones around abortion providers. US Supreme Court says regulation cannot create an "undue burden" for women exercising their Constitutional right to abortion, but the analysis shows that the burden is consistently harder on poor women.