Mikki Kendall is a writer, diversity consultant, and occasional feminist; she has appeared on the BBC, NPR, The Daily Show, PBS, Good Morning America, MSNBC, Al Jazeera, WBEZ, and Showtime, and discusses race, feminism, police violence, tech, and pop culture at institutions and universities across the country. She is the author of the New York Times-bestselling HOOD FEMINISM (recipient of the Chicago Review of Books Award and named a best book of the year by BBC, Bustle, and TIME). She is also the author of AMAZONS, ABOLITIONISTS, AND ACTIVISTS, a graphic novel illustrated by A. D’Amico. Her essays can be found at TIME, the New York Times, The Guardian, the Washington Post, Essence, Vogue, The Boston Globe, NBC, and a host of other sites.
Latest articles by Mikki Kendall
Trump's Mob Attacked the Capitol—But Democracy Was Their Real Target
January 6th should have been a day of ratifying the presidential election and celebrating the hard-fought Senate run-off in Georgia. Instead, it will go down in history as a day of infamy, the natural result of decades of white supremacists being told that the oppression of others is their freedom.