“James Baldwin’s Going to Meet the Man

English 349: Editing and Publishing

University of Wisconsin—Stevens Point, November 2020

“How to Use Fellowship Time”

Career Enhancement Fellowship Fall Virtual Check-In

Career Enhancement Fellowship, Woodrow Wilson Foundation, October 2020

“The Impact of Africana and Puerto Rican/Latino Studies”

Africana and Puerto Rican/Latino Studies 50th Anniversary Celebration

Hunter College, October 2019

“Betraying Their Colored Descent: Racial Passing in American Literature”

PIC Plays for the Actors Circle Ensemble

Event IV: Discrimination, Los Angeles, CA, July 2020

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“Frederick Douglass and Contemporary African-American Literature”

Douglass Crossroads, an NEH Summer Institute

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, July 2019

“Passing, Garifuna, and the Afro-Latinidad Diaspora” (Black History Month Panel)

The Black Experience in America Spring Series

New York University, February 2019

“Applying to Graduate School”

Brooklyn College Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellows, March 2018

“Identifying the Best Graduate Program” (Webinar)        

Mellon Mays Fellows Professional Network, May 2017

‘The Year of the Activist’ African Heritage Month Celebration” 

Black History Month Panel Discussion, William Paterson University, February 2016

“‘The Most Demanding Curriculum’: School and Racial Passing”

Keynote Address, Mercer County College American Honors Symposium, December 2015

“Amiri Baraka’s Dutchman”   

English 229: Contemporary Urban Writers

Lehman College, October 2015, October 2014, February 2014, October 2013

Dutchman and the Power of images

“Race and Jim Crow in Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird”

Community Academy of Philadelphia Charter School, December 2013

“Assata: Forty Years Later”

English 229: Contemporary Urban Writers

Lehman College, May 2013

Week of 4/29: Autobiography of Assata Shakur

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