Planning Magazine Features REMIX THE BLOCK

As you know this summer, I developed the Remix The Block experience for the high school, undergraduate, and graduate students interning for the Prince George’s County Planning Department. I repeatedly say the program was so much fun for me because I LOVE working with students who are passionate and interested in getting to learn moreContinue reading “Planning Magazine Features REMIX THE BLOCK”

Kinship as a Catalyst for Social Activism & Community

In September, I had the extreme opportunity to present at the 2019 Black Communities Conference with my sister Ashley Drakeford and my cousin Kyle Reeder on The Dinner Table at Canterbury Court: Kinship as a Catalyst for Social Activism & Community. The session focuses on our dinner conversations and our work in organizing around foodContinue reading “Kinship as a Catalyst for Social Activism & Community”