Katie Coss

New York

Katie Coss is a New York City-based reporter for The Click, an occasional freelance writer, and a full-time communications specialist. Her work can be found on Refinery29, Women’s Health, HipLatina, and more. Eager to improve her cultural reporting skills, Katie is currently pursuing a Master’s in Journalism at NYU.

Collage of famous Black women in the media [credit. Delphine Diallo]

December 20, 2023

Opinion: Fashion’s Unbreakable Bond with Blackness Through the Lens of Journalism

With the use of collective memory work, Lindsey People paints a vivid picture of the nuanced, often painful experiences faced by Black professionals in the fashion realm, all while upholding the ethical pillars of journalism.

Courtroom [credit. Karen Neoh]

December 20, 2023

Opening Statements in Brooklyn Burglary Trial: ‘It’s maintenance,’ the Alleged Intruder Said to Enter Her Home

In a riveting opening statement at Kings County Supreme Criminal Court on Oct. 6, prosecutors accused Robert Whiteley of a home invasion, while the defense challenged the absence of incriminating fingerprints.

Close up of a couple holding hands

December 7, 2023

Meet Cutes NYC Creators Give Journalism a New Love Language

The creators of Meet Cutes NYC, a viral dating series, are rewriting the narrative of journalism—a place where love meets the headlines.

Ellen Trawick holds press conference outside of City Hall

November 20, 2023

Kawaski Trawick’s Mother Demands Justice 4 Years After Her Son Was Killed by an NYPD Officer

Ellen Trawick says, "Kawaski [Trawick] came here to New York in 2019 to pursue a dream. He wanted to dance. But instead, Brendan Thompson and Herbert Davis took his life." 

Wesley Vasquez talks to The Click on community organizing

October 27, 2023

NYC Community Organizer Wants Us to ‘See Hope in Action’

"There are so many different ways to get involved in your community that don't have to be politically related… that will give you a sense of hope," shares Wesley Vasquez, advocacy and organizing manager for RiseBoro Community Partnership.