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Read comments I made about the political crisis facing Haiti in this Teen Vogue article published by Christine Jean-Baptiste on March 18, 2021, "Racist Stereotypes About Haiti in the Media Dehumanize Haitians."

Along with several experts on Haitian history and politics, I was interviewed for and quoted in Layla Quran's December 5, 2019 article for PBS News Hour, "Why Haitians say they won’t stop protesting."

My interview with Black Perspectives on Baron de Vastey was mentioned in Jamelle Bouie's "The Enlightenment's Dark Side," published in Slate on June 5, 2018. 

You can read about the graduate student cluster in Caribbean Literatures, Arts, and Cultures that I helped to create in this UVA Today article published in February 2021.

Joy Reid mentioned the interview I did with NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro on Weekend Edition on the July 7, 2021 episode of her show, "The Reid Out," and the interview was also quoted in The Boston Globe's July 8, 2021 review of Firelei Báez's installation of King Henry Christophe's Palace at Sans-Souci for the ICA Watershed in Boston.

My article from the Chronicle of Higher Education, "Becoming Full Professor While Black," was mentioned by Jamelle Bouie in his weekly newsletter for the New York Times on August 24, 2019.

"The King of Haiti's Dreams," which was published in Aeon magazine, was mentioned by Aric Jenkins and Ellen McGirt in their piece for Fortune on July 14, 2020, "Black Lives Matter is 7 years old. It’s already changed the country forever."

"When France Extorted Haiti," published in The Conversation in June 2020, was quoted in Kimberly Reye's article for The Irish Examiner: "Comparing the Lived Experiences of the Irish and Black Americans" on October 4, 2020. I was also quoted and my article was referenced in Lauren Collins' December 3, 2020 New Yorker essay, "The Haitian Revolution and the Hole in French High-School History." After the July 7, 2021 assassination of Haiti's president Jovenel Moïse, the article was quoted from or linked to in several op-eds offering a longer look at Haitian history, including NPRYahoo News and Market Watch

Baron de Vastey and the Origins of Black Atlantic Humanism, was mentioned in the Haitian newspaper Le Nouvelliste on December 10, 2018 and was also included in "A Bibliography of Black Internationalism, Part II," published by Black Perspectives on June 18, 2018.

Appearance in capstone video for the Op-Ed Project/Public Voices Fellowship Program at the University of Virginia.

Featured in the American Historical Association's "Postcards from AHA19."