Selected Work

Pitchfork: Tinashe Has It All Under Control

Longreads: A Lover’s Blues: The Unforgettable Voice of Margie Hendrix

Longreads: Looking for Carolina Maria de Jesus

Vanity Fair: Terrell Grice Knows How to Talk to Strangers

Rolling Stone: In Brazil, A LGBTQ Sex Worker’s Struggle To Survive

Oxford American: Carolyn’s Alchemy

The Believer: Contending Forces

MIC: Mariah the Scientist is Creating Her Own Formula

MIC: The Inscrutable Sound of Bartees Strange

MIC: Mary J. Blige is Still Helping us Through it With “Good Morning Gorgeous”

MIC: EARTHGANG’s New Album Tackles Spirituality, Survival and the Fallacies of Social Media

MIC: At this Year’s African Film Festival ‘Visions of Freedom’ Turns Aspiration into Possibility

MIC: Bobby Brown Wants You to Witness His Pain

MIC: An Ode to the Black Women who Held Down Your Favourite Classic Sitcoms

MIC: Frank Ocean’s Tender, Transformative Confessions

MIC: With Rap Sh!t Issa Rae Once Again Creates Television Gold

Fashionista: The Sacred Resistance of Afro-Brazilian Fashion In Salvador

Fashionista: Carol Barreto Is The Focus Of An Afro-Brazilian Movement For A Change In Fashion

Atlas Obscura: In a Town That Escaped Slavery, an Oyster Festival Celebrates Black Culture and Resistance

Jezebel: The Revolutionary Black Women of Saubara

Jezebel: The Oldest Ceramista in Brazil

i-D: Afrocidade is Making Protest Music for Brazil’s Black Youth

Jezebel: The Dynamic Glamour of Black Women in Waiting to Exhale

Jezebel: Two Decades After Higher Learning, the Black Experience at White Colleges Remains Fractured

ZORA/Medium: Sade Adu And Tracey Chapman Sang About Our Inner Search For Peace, Love And Light

GEN/Medium: Once Again, the Rest of America Is Ignoring Detroit

Lapham’s Quarterly: All Good Things Must Begin

Lapham’s Quarterly: Watch Out!

Hyperallergic: Founded by Black Women, These Platforms Are Creating New Hubs for Underrepresented Artists

NOISEY: Black Women’s Voices Are the Sound of Rock’n’Roll

Lit Hub: On Jay-Z, Rakim and Black Mythmaking in America

VICE World News: The Battle for Zimbabwe’s Land Never Ended

VICE: ‘In Search of The Color Purple’ and Why Black Women Look for Each Other

VICE: Siesta Key is MTV’s Latest Escape From Reality for White America

VICE: Marvel’s Black Superheroes Speak to a Double Edged Political Moment

VICE: Kidada Jones Is One of the Most Underrated People Behind Black Cool

Rookie Mag: Musings From a Carefree Black Girl

Rookie Mag: Politically Correct

Rookie Mag: Bruce Wayne and the Real Batman

Rookie Mag: Cardi B and the White Gaze on Black Women