Press Clips

Scholarly citations:

Bohler-Muller, Narnia. Toward a New Jurisprudence of Gender Equality in South Africa. Doctoral dissertation, University of Pretoria Law School. 2005 (my poem, “A Libation for Sakia” is excerpted and cited on p. 121)

Neal, Mark Anthony.  New Black Man. Routledge, 2005 (My work on the Sakia Gunn murder is cited)

L.P. Tseng, Bruce L. Stern. “Cultural Differences in Information Obtainment for Financial Decisions: East vs. West.” Journal of Euromarketing, 1528-1697. Volume 5, Issue 1, 1996, pgs 37-55

I’ve been interviewed or cited in the following articles, videos, and audio segments.

Timpane, John. “What Frames Michael Brown’s Image? Philly.com August 22, 2014

TCNJ students update political website for Trenton residents. NJ.com, December 7, 2013

Currie, Nate. “Alumnus prepares studens for life after college.” The Signal. (The College of New Jersey) Sept. 17, 2008

Tambuscio, Kaitlin. “New forms of media revolutionize political process.” The Signal. (The College of New Jersey) Feb. 6, 2008

Bloggers Big News Needs Scaling Down.” Incisive Legal Intelligence, Nov. 28, 2007

The Alternative Student Press.” InsideHigherEd.com, Sept. 24, 2007

Living in the Studio.” Tell Me More, National Public Radio. Mar. 16, 2007

Westhead, Rick. ” ‘Methodical’ prosecutor at Libby trial prepares to face Black.” Toronto Star. Mar. 7, 2007

“Blogs on Trial.” Incisive Legal Intelligence, Mar. 2, 2007

You Read it Here First?” Incisive Legal Intelligence, Feb. 26, 2007

Pierce, Thomas “Bloggers Join Frenzy at Media Saturated Libby Trial.” Talk of the Nation. Feb. 5, 2007

Dawkins, Wayne. “Textbooks: the big squeeze, increasing costs, often fueled by frequent updates and high-tech extras many  professors don’t use, put studetns in a bind.” Black Issues Book Review. Sept. 1, 2006

Commemorating the End of a Career That Started it All.” The Signal (The College of New Jersey student newspaper),  Apr. 26, 2006

Generation Q.” In the Life: Documentary Stories from the Gay Experience. November, 2004 (interviewed in segment on Sakia Gunn)

Alexander, Amy. “What’s Not on My Coffee Table,” Washington Post, August 28, 2005

eBay Bans the N-Word.” Red Herring Magazine. Nov. 17, 2004

Mourning the Death of Emerge.” Journal of Blacks in Higher Education. Jan. 31, 2001

A New Magazine Stepping Out in Style.”  Philadelphia Inquirer, Jan. 25, 2001

On Campus.” The Record. (Bergen County, NJ) Jan. 30, 2000