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Shenequa Golding

Shenequa A. Golding is a writer and editor whose work focuses on race, culture and entertainment. Shenequa’s articles and interviews (written and on-camera) have appeared in prominent Black publications such as Vibe and Essence as well as mainstream outlets like Complex and Vanity Fair in which she was commissioned by a Los Angeles-based agency to explore some of the themes in Steve McQueen’s anthology, Small Axe. Her work includes interviewing Joshua Jackson for Ava DuVernay’s Netflix original limited series When They See Us, and Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin on what would have been Trayvon Martin’s 21st birthday for a feature about moving forward with grief. Her essay “Maintaining Professionalism in The Age of Black Death is…A Lot”, published on Medium in May 2020, has received 990K views to date. It also earned praise from CEO’s nationwide including Jeff Bezos for detailing the double-duty Black employees carry while trying to be professional as Black Americans are being killed by police.
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