Prince Shakur is a queer, Jamaican-American writer and activist whose work has been featured in Teen Vogue, Electric Literature, and AfroPunk. He is writing a memoir on his political coming of age and Afro-Caribbean masculinity.
How an Oath Keeper brought QAnon to the masses
How JuiceLand strikers and ride-hailing drivers are organizing online
‘Love Island’ and the future of the reality TV-to-influencer pipeline
Now we must save ourselves.
On Apr 15, 2020 by Prince Shakur
The white man’s burden becomes the white writer’s burden.
On Jan 25, 2020 by Prince Shakur
From 'Watchmen' to Noname's Book Club, a look at the year's major moments.
On Nov 29, 2019 by Prince Shakur
Guyger is still the exception, not the rule.
On Oct 2, 2019 by Prince Shakur
It took two men’s deaths and two years to start holding Ed Buck accountable.
On Sep 24, 2019 by Prince Shakur
The policies proposed by the Parkland students are a good start—but they're not perfect.
On Mar 29, 2018 by Prince Shakur
As Erica Garner showed, choosing a path of activism does not make for a longer life in a Black body.
On Feb 2, 2018 by Prince Shakur