My non-academic writing tends to be a combination of writing about tech issues and racial issues. Most of my writing is housed on my Medium account, and you can follow me there.
Recently, I have been working on a series of essays that address some of the questions about anti-racism. Please share, as there is a lot of confusion in our thinking about racial inequality and antiracism
- “How Anti-Racists Should Engage with the Model Minority Myth”
- “Why Don’t We Care That There Are So Few Asian Basketball Players in the NBA?”
- “How and When Anti-Racists Should Talk About Whiteness”
- “Why Saying ‘We Need to Stop Thinking About Skin Color’ Is Harmful”
- “How Should Antiracists Respond to ‘Shouldn’t We Just Focus on Class?'”
Some of my older articles are below:
- “The Hard Bigotry of Soft Racism: The New Threat to Social Change“, originally published in An Injustice!.
- “A Defense of Robin DiAngelo’s White Fragility“, originally published in Dialogue and Discourse.
- “The Cure for Our Free Speech Problems Requires a Proper Diagnosis“, originally published in The Startup.
- “Civil Liberties and the Surveillance State”, originally published in ArcDigital.
- “Why We Need Whiteness Studies”, originally published in Areo.
- “The Political and the Principled: A Different Take on Grievance Studies”, originally published in ArcDigital.
- “Internet Freedom: What’s Good For the West May Not Work For the Rest”, originally published in the Globe Post.
- “It Was Wrong of an Illinois Republican to Do What He Did – But Here’s Why We Still Shouldn’t Outlaw Catfishing“, originally published in the Independent.
- “The Difference between Cybersecurity and Cybercrime, and Why it Matters“, originally published in The Conversation.
- “MalwareTech’s Arrest Sheds Light on the Complex Culture of the Hacking World“, originally published in The Conversation.
- “Race, Cyberbullying and Intimate Partner Violence“, originally published in The Conversation.
- “Far Beyond Crime-ridden Depravity, Darknets are Key Strongholds of Freedom of Expression Online“, originally published in The Conversation.