Chapter 1: Bro Log-A Perfect Beginning

Guilty pleasures don’t define a black man.

Sam Jackson as Jules Winnfield from Pulp Fiction.
Pulp Fiction © Miramax

Editor’s note: This is Chapter 1 of a serialized version of my political satire/memoir “Dungeons ’n’ Durags: One Black Nerd’s Epic Quest of Self-discovery, Racial Identity, and Crisis of Faith in Trump’s America.” You can continue to read this book FREE on Medium through Chapter 35. I feel confident it’ll make you laugh and

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One black nerd’s epic quest of self-discovery, racial identity, and crisis of faith in Trump’s America.

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