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About Me

I am a published author, a scholar, an artist, social media researcher, and an ethnomusicologist. I have been editing Wikipedia since 2007 but became really curious about issues of power and representation among Wikipedians by teaching professors and students about Wikipedia as early as 2016. Since 2007, I had always imagined the possibility that academics and their students could really make a difference in the sum of knowledge for all if they weren't so vehemently opposed to something they know little about -- open knowledge and making generalized knowledge available to all.

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I edit articles related to new media ecologies, social media, philosophy, and social sciences with a focus on the intersectionality of racialized and gendered oppression. I voice the unspoken and the unintended consequences of being marginalized in U.S. society.