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"Teases out the foibles of racial dissonance with penetrating subtlety." Washington Examiner
"damali ayo has a nuanced, observant, and thought-provoking perspective on how racism works. What she also possesses, though, is a wickedly wry sense of humor, fully at play in Obamistan. Harry Allen, Media Assassin and hip-hop activist
"I'd been having this bad dream, that racism was still a problem. But damali ayo's Obamistan is like a warm cup of milk and a muscle relaxer! She's a brilliant humorist, and this ironic romp through post-racial America is pure genius." Tim Wise, author, White Like Me and Between Barack and a Hard Place
"Funny, pointed, and consistently absorbing." Davy Rothbart, creator, Found Magazine, and reporter, This American Life
damali ayo is the author of How to Rent a Negro. She is the creator of the popular rent-a-negro.com, a satirical website that explores race, and the National Day of Panhandling for Reparations, a nationwide street performance. Her work has been featured in ABCnews.com, Harpers, NPR, Time.com, and the Wall Street Journal, as well as for various international newspapers.