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Selected Writings

I cover a number of topics in my work, publishing articles daily, from short, quick briefs of a few hundred words to longer pieces of over 1,000 words, sometimes with videos, photo galleries or other multimedia.

My articles are posted chronologically on the Sun-Sentinel’s website. Below are some selected writings on various topics from multiple publications. Some don’t fit neatly into these and others overlap into various topics.

Breaking News, Cops and Crime

All charges dropped against activists protesting at Broward Transitional Center
(South Florida Sun Sentinel | Oct. 2, 2018)

FAU cancels graduation ceremony after threatening note is found taped to bathroom mirror
(South Florida Sun Sentinel | Aug. 7, 2018)

Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office can monitor cell phone, social media activity with controversial technology
(South Florida Sun Sentinel | Jan. 30, 2018)

Know Your Rights: A guide to your rights when dealing with campus police officers
(Florida Atlantic University Press | Sept. 17, 2013)

Delray man caught watching child porn in FAU library officially sentenced
(Florida Atlantic University Press | May 31, 2013)

Features, Blog Posts and Others

Teen walks out of hospital weeks after lacrosse accident leaves him paralyzed
(South Florida Sun Sentinel | March 28, 2019)

Spring broke: While some college students party, others face lack of services on campus
(South Florida Sun Sentinel | March 7, 2019)

Parkland woman becomes first openly autistic person to practice law in Florida
(South Florida Sun Sentinel | Feb. 17, 2019)

Vinyl Revival: Vinyl record sales are on the rise and college-aged students are the biggest buyers
(Florida Atlantic University Press | Feb. 4, 2014)

FAU’s “Jesus Stomp” Professor Deandre Poole Reinstated
(Florida Atlantic University Press | July 31, 2013)

Politics and Social Activism

‘Don’t open your door’: Event informs community about rights ahead of ICE raids
(South Florida Sun Sentinel | June 28, 2019)

MADA raising money for Juneteenth picnic, water balloon fight and Black history celebration
(South Florida Sun Sentinel | May 16, 2019)

Interfaith coalition of activists and organizations to rally on anniversary of deadly March of Return protest
(South Florida Sun Sentinel | March 28, 2019)

Study: US Grew More Corrupt From 2017 to 2018
(WhoWhatWhy / Salon | Feb. 4, 2019)

Supreme Court Could Get in the Way of Gerrymandering Reform
(WhoWhatWhy / Salon | Jan. 5, 2019)

How the government shutdown is affecting South Florida
(South Florida Sun Sentinel | Dec. 24, 2018)

FCC Blasted for Opening the Door to Text Message Censorship
(WhoWhatWhy / Salon | Dec. 16, 2018)

Boynton Beach activist to lead march urging voting rights restoration for former felons
(South Florida Sun Sentinel | Oct. 25, 2018)

Lawmakers Say Executive Order Targeting Election Interference Falls Short
(WhoWhatWhy | Sep. 13, 2018)

Keeping the Beat and Changing the Law: Family and friends come together to remember Corey Jones
(Amendment Drum | Feb. 5, 2017)

Torture, Human Rights, The Constitution, and Jack Bauer
(Amendment Drum | Oct. 24, 2016)