A Maryland-D.C. native, Jordan McDonald is a writer, editor, and organizer studying history at Dartmouth College. Her work explores American history, pop culture, queer identity, literature, and politics as they relate to Black women’s lived experiences in the past and the present. She has been published in Huffington Post, Teen Vogue, Bitch Media, The Dinner Table Doc, Black Praxis, and The Brave Some. Her hobbies and interests include writing, reading memoirs, concert-going, binge-listening to podcasts, Beyoncé standom , wasting time on Twitter, and eating Talenti gelato.
Podcasts (The Read, Still Processing, Sad Girls Club, Never Before, etc.), SZA, Florence + the Machine, Mitski, Kelela, and Vince Staples
Pose, The Bold Type, The Fall, Law & Order: SVU, and Project Runway
Negroland (Margo Jefferson), Barracoon (Zora Neale Hurston), White Girls (Hilton Als)