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I study the intersections between race, gender, and digital media culture. In my book, Black Networked Resistance (UC Press), I explore the shifting nature of Black resistance strategies like humor, care, and archiving online. More broadly, my work makes central the ways that Black and African-American folks tap into long existing channels of communication toward the goals of community, survival, and visibility.
I live in St. Louis with my husband, two daughters, and family dog, Miles.
About: About Me
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