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Hochi Run

I reminisce on the Howard years and venture into the short story form. Continue reading

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The Gift of Grandparents

I reflect on the lives of my beloved grandparents. Continue reading

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Who Gets to Be Vulnerable

This essay is a review of Jesmyn Ward’s first novel, Where the Line Bleeds One of the high points of 2017 was my discovery of Jesmyn Ward. I picked up Sing, Unburied, Sing in the late fall and immediately became … Continue reading

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Ciudad de Mexico (Mexico City)

  What’s better than a long weekend? A trip to an incredible international city over a long weekend. After considering a couple of options, my law school buddy, Harry, and I excitedly agreed to visit Mexico City for the first … Continue reading

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An Insider’s View of Today’s SCOTUS Arguments on Voter Purging in Ohio

This piece appears on Advancement Project’s blog.  Earlier today, the Supreme Court of the United States held the oral argument for Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute. This case concerns the maintenance of states’ voter rolls under the National Voter Registration … Continue reading

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The Day Fear and Ignorance Prevailed

One year later, I reflect on a day that stands out in infamy – November 8, 2016. This piece also appears on Advancement Project’s Medium page.   The cool breeze of a brisk November Tuesday felt familiar. Oddly enough, it … Continue reading

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Reflections on a Season of Transition

Forgive my silence for the past few months – life’s transitions often fall into and flow through one another. After an excellent year at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, I joined Advancement Project as a staff attorney … Continue reading

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