Too Black is a poet, author, organizer and filmmaker who blends critical analysis with biting sarcasm. He has headlined various stages and events including the historic Nuyorican Poets Café in New York City, Princeton University, and Johannesburg Theater in South Africa. He is the co-author of the forthcoming book Laundering Black Rage: the Washing of Black Death, People, Property, and Profits. His words have been published in online publications such as Black Agenda Report, Left Voice, Blavity and Hood Communist.
He is currently the host of the Black Myths Podcast, a podcast debunking the BS said about Black people, was the producer for The Last Dope Intellectual, an unapologetically radical Black web show hosted by Dr. Charisse Burden-Stelly and Dr. Layla Brown, and is a member of the Defense Committee to Free the Pendleton 2-- a committee dedicated to the freedom of Indiana political prisoners John “Balagoon” Cole and Christopher “Naeem” Trotter. He is also the co-director of the documentary film The Pendleton 2: They Stood Up.