"I work primarily in Political Philosophy, with interests in biopolitics (necropolitics), civil disobedience, terrorism, ethics, critical criminology, etc. This work is intertwined with my engagements in the Philosophy of Language, Metaphysics, and the broader Continental Tradition. All of which are in continuous conversation with my foundation: Rap.
Always concerned with questions of race-sex-gender-power
I earned my BA from the University of Southern California in American Studies & Ethnicity, Religion, and Sociology— currently a doctoral student in the program."