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FEATURED/PUBLISHED/PAST WRITING WORK:

ESPN’s The Undefeated — Harlem Lacrosse program helps youth elevate their academic game

ESPN’s The Undefeated — These HBCU entrepreneurs’ Afrocentric focus continues to change the clothing game

ESPN’s The Undefeated — Shaw president Tashni-Ann Dubroy leaving to become Howard’s executive vice president and COO

ESPN’s The Undefeated — How are HBCU campuses dealing with concerns about student safety?

Associated Press — Experts say white supremacists see Trump as ‘last stand’

Associated Press — Feds urge consumers to act quickly on Ikea dresser recall

Howard University — The Hilltop, Howard University’s Student Newspaper

Associated Press — Protesters Want to Nix Confederate Sign on Mississippi Flag

Associated Press — First active duty gold medal winner buried at Arlington

BET — Howard University’s Marching Band Stages #SilentShowtime Protest After Not Receiving Scholarships

A Tribe Called News — NAACP #JusticeSummer March Concludes at Nation’s Capital

A Tribe Called News — Racism and Racist Symbols in the South: #TakeItDown. #LeaveItDown.

United States Army — U.S. Army’s Official Website

United States Army — The Paraglide, Fort Bragg’s official newspaper


2016:

Connect.DC’s Mobile Tech Lab Brings Digital Literacy to Wards 5, 7, 8

Bread For The City: An Opportunity For Better Living

ANC8A Meeting Discusses Closures of Wal-Mart, Introduction of SEED Act

African Immigrants to Continue to Diversify D.C., U.S.

Ward 8 Nonprofit Helps Restore Families and Prospering Communities

Howard Student Body Should Participate in Deciding Student Government Voting Process

Turning Natural: Bringing Health and Happiness to Ward 8

Hobbs Empowers Blackness, African Diaspora through Entrepreneurship

Howard University President Frederick Addresses Students In 1st Ever Student SOTU

Howard University’s SOTU Address to focus on Students

2015:

Howard S.H.O.W.T.I.M.E. Band: It’s #SilentShowtime.

Black Women For Positive Change announces 2015 National Week of Non-Violence

BLACK POWER: “JUSTICE OR ELSE!” MARCH COMMEMORATES 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF MILLION MAN MARCH

Howard Student Takes Reign as Newly ANC1B10 Commissioner

Who Can Talk The Talk? Howard v. Hampton Student Debate

NAACP #JusticeSummer March Concludes In The Nation’s Capital

What To Expect On The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

Ronald W. Walters: Political Intellectual Commemorated 5 Years After Death

Carpenter Attends Her Last Meeting As ANC1B Commissioner

FROM THE BATTLEFIELD TO THE CLASSROOM: THE STRUGGLES OF AN ARMY VETERAN STUDENT

Amelia Boynton Robinson: Civil Rights Hero Dies at 104

Louis Stokes: Howard Champion, Longtime Congressman, and Civil Rights Icon Dies at 90

BGLOs: Still Vital in 2015?

Financial Literacy: The Importance Within the Black Community

Student Leadership: Where are the Howard leading ladies?

2014:

Howardwood presents CBS Internship Workshop

“Olympia” brings School Spirit, Excitement to 2014 Homecoming

Florida Avenue Grill celebrates 70th Anniversary

Iotas Celebrate 51st Anniversary