I am an award-winning journalist with over 18 years of experience working for magazines, newspapers, radio and television outlets.
I began my career as a cultural reporter writing about film, television, and books, and from there moved into longer articles involving social issues reporting. Some topics I have covered race dynamics and history, gender disparities, economics and poverty, health, environment, criminality, education and other current public affairs issues.
I See Black People: The Rise and Fall of African American-Owned Television and Radio
I See Black People is a collection of frank and intimate conversations with owners of radio and tv stations, large and small.
Black Women’s Lives: Stories of Power and Pain
Black Women’s Lives: Stories of Power and Pain has real-life, personal portraits of women that I find absolutely fascinating.
Color By Fox: the Fox Network and the Revolution in Black Television
Color By Fox goes behind the scenes of popular African American television shows to interview more than 65 mostly African American producers, directors and television executives about race and television representation.
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