Named one of Ebony.com’s 8 Dynam­ic Black Women Edi­tors in New Media,” Andrea Plaid serves as a con­tribut­ing edi­tor at The Fem­i­nist Wire and a crit­ic for Kirkus Review. She was the asso­ciate pro­duc­er of renowned web series Black Folk Don’t. Her com­men­tary has appeared on MSNBC’s Melis­sa Har­ris-Per­ry, Huff­in­g­ton Post Live, the Chica­go Tri­bune, and the Wash­ing­ton Post. Plaid served as an asso­ciate edi­tor of the award-win­ning race-and-pop-cul­ture blog Racia­li­cious, and her work on race, gen­der, sex, and sex­u­al­i­ty has appeared, among oth­er places, at On The Issues, Bitch​.com, and RH Real­i­ty Check.
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