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The Kojo Nnamdi Show: I discuss how the movement for Black lives has impacted the restaurant industry and whether this current moment of support for Black-owned restaurants will last.  

The Washington Post: Read my essay about my father, his lessons on food and Black identity, and how I continue to explore those lessons after his death. 

Washington City Paper: Introducing the Black-Owned Restaurant Resource Bank where I'm working to connect local, Black-owned restaurants and food businesses with free resources to help them survive and thrive.

DCist: Looking for a Black-owned restaurant in DC for great takeout or delivery food? I wrote about some of my favorites for DCist. 

The Washington Post: How would I spend my perfect day in DC without time constraints? Supporting and enjoying my favorite Black-owned businesses and spaces. 

Washingtonian Magazine: Here I talk food as politics and ways to support Black-owned food businesses! 

Pro Food Maker Podcast: On this episode I talk about the complex emotions behind having a "moment" on social during a civil rights movement, my future hopes for Feed the Malik, and some low-cost blogging tips! 

The Storied Recipe: I always say "food is political." On this episode I talk about what that means to me and how it informs my content on Feed the Malik.

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