• Sundown Towns Issue Now Available!
    Sundown Towns Issue Now Available!
    My short story "Toward the Sun" was published by Fiyah Lit Magazine in July 2017. Buy the issue for just $3.99.
  • Beyond Ourselves Anthology Now Available!
    Beyond Ourselves Anthology Now Available!
    Seven Scribe's inaugural fiction anthology features my speculative story, "Blackout Day," on page 11. Twenty-five percent of proceeds will be donated to the Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting.
  • First Bloom Anthology Now Available!
    First Bloom Anthology Now Available!
    Check out my story "Between the Lines" available now through Brown Sugar Griots and Amazon! Click here to learn more and purchase your copy!
  • The Solidarity Struggle
    The Solidarity Struggle
    "The Solidarity Struggle: How People of Color Succeed and Fail at Showing Up For Each Other in the Fight for Freedom" is an anthology published by BGD Press. A reprint of my essay, "This is What White Supremacy Looks Like in Middle Class Black Communities" is included on Page 34.



“Toward the Sun” — Sundown Towns, Fiyah Lit Magazine, July 2017

“Blackout Day” — Beyond Ourselves, Seven Scribes, January 2017

“Between the Lines” —  First Bloom, Brown Sugar Griots, 2016



Hour Detroit

What You Need to Know About Oil and Gas Drilling in the Suburbs (January 2018)

Where Do We Go From Here? (May 2017)

Oakland County Prosper 

(2018 edition, available for free in businesses around Oakland County)

  • • Pursuing Their Passions
  • • Global Learning: Universities attract — and educate — international engineering students

(2017 edition)

  • • Game Changers: Professionals who are breaking new ground
  • • In the Pipeline: Early relationships help foster long-term careers

(2016 edition, available online)

  • • ‘The Only Place to Be’: Lots of Reasons to Love Oakland County
  • • The American Dream in Oakland County: Helping International Newcomers Make Themselves at Home
  • • Lucky for Oakland County: Huge Asian Market Lands in Madison Heights

BGD Blog (formerly known as Black Girl Dangerous)
Introversion Is Not an Illness, But Society Sure Treats it Like One (July 2016)

Defining Your Gender As A Black Queer Femme Is Revolutionary—Don’t Take That Away (September 2015)

This is What White Supremacy Looks Like in Black Middle-Class Communities (June 2015, revised and republished in “The Solidarity Struggle,” 2016)

The South End:
Student org empowers men of color through fellowship (March 2014)

Mayoral candidate says city is in his blood (November 2013)

Project sheds light on homeless stereotypes (September 2013)

Even from far away, renowned poet fondly remembers Motor City (April 2013)

Being positive about female sexuality (March 2013)

Gov. Abbott leaves legacy of labor activism (December 2012)

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