“Colin Kaepernick Wants You to Know Your Rights.” (Cover Story) PAPER MAGAZINE. 20 August 2019. Co-authored with Miabelle Bocicault & Ameer Loggins.

“Conservatives say Frederick Douglass was optimistic about America. His words say something different.” The Washington Post. 12 July 2019.

“Gentrification is erasing Black cemeteries and, with it, Black history.” The Guardian. 27 April 2019.

“‘Not a racist bone in his body’: The origins of the default defense against racism.” The Washington Post. 11 April 2019. Co-authored with Justin Gomer.

“The ominous history surrounding President Trump’s Fourth of July rally.” The Washington Post. 28 February 2019.

“Interview with Anand Giridharadas.” The Guardian. 28 February 2019.

"What we get wrong about the 'poor huddled massed.'" The Washington Post. 18 December 2018.

"Interview with Min Jin Lee." The Guardian. 2 August 2018.

"Interview with Imam Omar Suleiman." The Guardian. 25 July 2018.

“Starbucks Closed Its Stores for Unconscious-Bias Training. Here’s What It Should Have Taught Instead.” NYMag. 30 May 2018. Co-authored with Ameer Loggins.

“Why Killer Mike is Right: Black Americans Should Own Guns.” The Washington Post. 11 April 2018. Co-authored with Ameer Loggins.

“The Resegregation of America.” NBC News. 3 December 2017.

“Freedom Dreams: The Colin Kaepernick Reading List.” GQ. 17 November 2017. Co-authored with Ameer Loggins.

“The ugly history of the Pledge of Allegiance – and why it matters.” The Washington Post. 3 November 2017.

“How the Reagan administration stoked fears of anti-white racism.” The Washington Post. 10 October 2017. Co-authored with Justin Gomer.

“Why did Sports Illustrated erase Colin Kaepernick?” The Guardian. 29 September 2017. Co-authored with Ameer Hasan Loggins

“If the NFL cares about Latinx fans, why hasn’t it taken a stand on DACA?” ESPN’s The Undefeated. 15 September 2017. Co-authored with Ameer Hasan Loggins.

“Ending DACA isn’t about the rule of Law. It’s about race.” The Washington Post. 6 September 2017.

“Well-educated elites are no strangers to white supremacy.” The Washington Post. 14 August 2017.

“White Fragility, Anti-Racist Pedagogy, and the Weight of History.” African American Intellectual Historical Society. 27 July 2017. Co-authored with Justin Gomer.

“Resurrecting the Radical Pedagogy of the Black Panther Party.” African American Intellectual Historical Society. 3 July 2017.

“Wealth, Slavery, and the History of American Taxation.” African American Intellectual Historical Society. 20 April 2017.

“Race, Belonging, and Unconditional White Amnesty.” African American Intellectual Historical Society. 15 March 2017.

“Trump’s travel ban is firmly rooted in our history of racist immigration policies.” Bangor Daily News. 30 January 2017.

“Race, History, and the #ScienceMarch.” African American Intellectual Historical Society. 30 January 2017.

“Reagan Used MLK Day to undermine racial justice.” Boston Review. 15 January 2017. Co-authored with Justin Gomer.

“’This is a country for White Men:’ White Supremacy and U.S. Politics.” African American Intellectual Historical Society. 5 January 2017. Co-authored with Ameer Hasan Loggins.

“White Supremacy is not an Illness.” African American Intellectual Historical Society. 15 December 2016. Co-authored with Justin Gomer.

“After Trump: The Preservation of the White Race.” Boston Review. 22 November 2016.

“Forgotten Shame: Ku Klux Klan no stranger to Connecticut.” The Hartford Courant. 17 November 2016.

“Slavery, Democracy, and the Racialized Roots of the Electoral College.” African American Intellectual Historical Society. 14 November 2016.

“Standing Rock, Flint, and the Color of Water.” African American Intellectual Historical Society. 2 November 2016. Co-authored with Ameer Hasan Loggins.

“It’s time for Maine to confront its support for white supremacy.” Bangor Daily News. 28 October 2016.

“Black Protest, White Backlash, and the History of Scientific Racism.” African American Intellectual Historical Society. 5 October 2016. Co-authored with Justin Gomer.

“No Easy End to Prison Profiteering.” Boston Review. 25 August 2016.

“One Stone Mountain: White Supremacy and the Birth of the Modern Democratic Party.” Boston Review. 30 March 2016.

“The Color of Corporate Corrections, Part II: Contractual Exemptions and the Over-Representation of People of Color in Private Prisons.” Journal of Radical Criminology. Vol. 1, No. 3, Fall 2014, pp. 81-100.

“The Color of Corporate Corrections: The Over-Representation of People of Color in the For-Profit Corrections Industry.” Journal of Radical Criminology. Vol. 1, No. 2, Fall 2013, pp. 139-149.