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My self-summary
I really like telling stories, although I'm not particularly good at it.

The tagline I've been using lately is recovering journalist, aspiring academic. I used to report on the Zombie Apocalypse, plague and pestilence, and other End of Days -related beats for the largest news-gathering organization in the belly of the beast down the street from the Black Mecca, also known as Washington, DC.

Originally from Atlanta, I've developed a taste for table cabernet in France, learned to dance to djembe drums in Senegal, and drank from the Nile without getting dysentery. Though I have had malaria. Thank god for Nigerian doctors.
What I’m doing with my life
I do intellectual history.
I’m really good at
the watusi.
The first things people usually notice about me
the way I groove.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
make sense of what you will:

Du Bois, Fanon, Wright, Tosh, Roach, Sun Ra, Shahrzad, Armah, Spike, Ali, Badu, Baldwin, Bili, Brathwaite,Nina, Jimi, Djibril, PBS, PE, Miles, Zora, Mazrui, Gil-Scott, Achille, Biko, Malcom, Olu, Wole, Sembene, Jelly Roll, Ray, Lorde, Seu jorge, Mingus, Mos, Gilroy, Banton, Prince, Greg Tate, zizek, Amilcar, Spivak, Makeba, Sankara, Rakim, Chinua, Rza, Tuma, Lumumba, Tutuola, 4 little girls, Midnight Marauders, Said, Appiah, Basquiat, Kast, Shabazz Palaces...
The six things I could never do without
I spend a lot of time thinking about
the cultural history of alternative modernities; afrabofuturism
On a typical Friday night I am
trying to find an eternal groove.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
No matter how far the hood seems...we all got hood dreams.
You should message me if
You about the struggle.