I've been known to contribute to blogs, be quoted by journalists, and work as a consultant for documentary films.
I have been an Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecturer since 2013. For a donation to the organization you can bring me to your campus or institution. You can find a list of my lectures and other information here.
I am currently serving as the historical consultant for a new documentary, "United Skates of America," about the underground culture of urban African American roller skating. In July 2016 I was interviewed for the documentary film, "Boblo Boats: A Tale of Two Sisters."
Interview, “Remembering the Detroit Housewives League, a Powerful Force in the City after Segregation, Michigan Public Radio, Stateside, http://michiganradio.org/post/remembering-detroit-housewives-league-powerful-force-city-after-segregation, May 26, 2017
Public Talk, Amherst High School, Black History Month Presentation, “Rethinking the Civil Rights Movement: The View from the North,” February 28, 2017
Podcast, “Immersive Irony Experience Theme Park Podcast-Crystal Beach Memorial Episode,”“Parkscope: A View Into the World of Theme Parks,” http://www.parkscope.net/2017/03/immersive-irony-experience-theme-park.html, March 29, 2017
OAH Distinguished Lecture, “Rethinking the Civil Rights Movement: The View from the North,” April 7, 2017, Jamestown Community College
“Voting Rights and Civil Rights: Lessons from a Century of Resistance,” “History Facts,” University at Buffalo, March 15, 2017
Quoted in “NAACP Shake Up Needed, Observers Say,” The Washington Informer, http://washingtoninformer.com/naacp-shake-up-needed-observers-say/, May 24, 2017