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I've been writing for over ten years now in a variety of both print and online venues.  While a student in the Rhode Island College Film Department, I was also Arts and Entertainment editor at the Anchor Newspaper. But I would be lying if I said I have reaped wild profits from these efforts. In these days, the Arts reporting beat is shrinking. In the Providence scene, the newspaper reviews of films are usually re-printed from the wire service. As I have matured as a writer, I have extended my efforts to the realm of politics and social movements with a critical lens about race and racism. I would call my analysis in the broadest sense Marxist and informed by Cedric J. Robinson's masterpiece Black Marxism: The Making of the Black Radical Tradition, which introduced the notion of racial capitalism as an analytical tool and the Black radical tradition as a praxis of liberation.
I currently write for Counterpunch, serve as Managing Editor for Washington Babylon, and am trying to organize a workers cooperative on a web-based platform, the Rhode Island Media Cooperative. I have previously been published by Motif Magazine, GoLocal Providence, and RI Relevant. In 2016 I published a book-length study of popular cinema and its application to racial abolition work titled Taxi Searchers: John Wayne, Robert DeNiro, and the Meaning of America. Your support and patronage here would be deeply appreciated so that I might maintain my ability to offer quality work during a period of profound political and social developments.
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I am using a Sony Handycam that is getting old very fast.  A new camera would help improve my ability to bring you quality coverage of events.
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I've been writing for over ten years now in a variety of both print and online venues.  While a student in the Rhode Island College Film Department, I was also Arts and Entertainment editor at the Anchor Newspaper. But I would be lying if I said I have reaped wild profits from these efforts. In these days, the Arts reporting beat is shrinking. In the Providence scene, the newspaper reviews of films are usually re-printed from the wire service. As I have matured as a writer, I have extended my efforts to the realm of politics and social movements with a critical lens about race and racism. I would call my analysis in the broadest sense Marxist and informed by Cedric J. Robinson's masterpiece Black Marxism: The Making of the Black Radical Tradition, which introduced the notion of racial capitalism as an analytical tool and the Black radical tradition as a praxis of liberation.
I currently write for Counterpunch, serve as Managing Editor for Washington Babylon, and am trying to organize a workers cooperative on a web-based platform, the Rhode Island Media Cooperative. I have previously been published by Motif Magazine, GoLocal Providence, and RI Relevant. In 2016 I published a book-length study of popular cinema and its application to racial abolition work titled Taxi Searchers: John Wayne, Robert DeNiro, and the Meaning of America. Your support and patronage here would be deeply appreciated so that I might maintain my ability to offer quality work during a period of profound political and social developments.

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