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WASHINGTON • October 22, 2021
After the Tide, Part 2: Breaking White Fear
In a country struggling with racial progress, we cannot condemn potential allies for their mistakes, but we can’t coddle them either. Instead we must acknowledge the complexity in educating the people most invested in our oppression.
WASHINGTON • October 6, 2021
After The Tide: Confronting Race in America Now
It’s hard enough sometimes just living in Black skin in America. But I’ve chosen to work as a sense-maker and storyteller to help others process this often nonsensical and maddening land we share. This piece is the first in a series.
HOLLYWOOD • September 21, 2021
What TV Executives Don’t Understand About the Climate Emergency
Broadcast and cable news have done an abysmal job of dramatizing the reality of climate change. I should know: I’ve been in the rooms where those conversations have happened.
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PUCK • September 12, 2021
Why I Joined Puck
Lots of platforms are out there helping support “creators,” but most are about individual creativity. At Puck, I'm not working alone.
SILICON VALLEY • August 8, 2021
A Modest Proposal for Fixing America’s Hilariously Broken Economy
If we all choose to opt out of self-government the way our wealthiest members have done, we’ll be left with no government at all.