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Dreams From the Trap: Trap Music as a Site of Liberation. Short article symposium submission for “Freedom Dreaming: A Symposium on Racial Injustice, Unrest and Abolition” in Social Science Quarterly. (2021) Jackson, Jenn, Traci Burch, and Periloux Peay, guest eds

“The Legacy of Dr. Mae C. King: NCOBPS Founders' Symposium 2023" with Dr. Andrene Wright and India Lenear,  National Review of Black Politics. (2023) 4 (1-2), 28-34. 

“Book Review- Reckoning: Black Lives Matter and the Democratic Necessity of Social Necessity”  National Review of Black Politics. (2022) 3 (3-4). 

Under Review.

“Performing Truth? Examining Transitional Justice Practice in West Africa.” with Dr. Kelebogile Zvobgo Invited contribution for the volume, Right to Truth, Truth(s) through Rights: Mass Crimes Impunity and Transitional Justice. Garibian, Sévane, ed.

Works In Progress.

"The Countryness of Black Political Thought"

“Black Liberty in the Making: Black Freedom Movements as a Mode of Transitional Justice.”

“Can We Say Their Names Too?: The Silencing of Black Trans and Masculine Presenting Women Around Police Violence in the Media.” with Dr. Ayana Best

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