commentary about public radio’s racism, “CPB-backed diversity project draws lose scrutiny,” Current, September 2017.
St. Louis on the Air guest, Acclaimed artist, curator Glenn Ligon discusses ‘Blue Black’ and starting a dialogue in St. Louis
St. Louis on the Air guest, Behind the Headlines: What’s the future (or, rather, present) of virtual reality in journalism?
editor, coordinator// Curious Louis – a collaborative reporting project, based on the Hearken platform, for St. Louis Public Radio
co-host, co-producer// let’s review – a podcast on current events, pop culture, identity, and the tricky art of navigating life.
social media expert // interviews from Stateside with Cynthia Canty on Michigan Radio: Is Facebook harming the way you see your life? ; What happens to your social media and email accounts after you die?; The roots of crowdfunding and how to decide where to give
social media content producer // “How a Story Gets Made at Michigan Radio,” co-produced with Paula Friedrich
production team // Beyond the Battlefield, Michigan Radio
writer // “The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s African Adventure,” In Media Res, The Media Commons Project
writer // “Beyond the Dream: the Radical King!” People of Color Organize!
curator, editor, writer // Oprah Theme Week, In Media Res, The Media Commons Project, “Stories of O: Oprah’s Culture Industries” and “Oprah’s Got Beef?: Alleged Matriarchies & Masculinist Rhymes”
project coordinator, writer // BBC Step Up Mentorship Program, New Media Team, “Newham Girl Athletes Benefit from 2012 Olympics”
essayist // “Talking White,” excerpted from When Race Becomes Real: Black and White Writers Confront Their Personal Histories. The Tavis Smiley Show, NPR
producer // “The Good Fight: a Look at Progressive Activism,” WAMC Northeast Public Radio, Winner of the RTNDA’s Murrow Award for Best Regional Series; 2001 New York Associated Press Honorable Mention
associate producer/scriptwriter // “Will the Circle Be Unbroken: A Personal History of the Civil Rights Movement in Five Southern Communities,” Southern Regional Council, Winner of the 1997 Peabody Award