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Piccolo Is Black: A Memoir of Race, Religion, and Pop Culture chronicles Calhoun's journey from his childhood in Detroit, Michigan as a Seventh-day Adventist to being transferred to private, predominantly white, deeply religious, Seventh-day Adventist schools. He tells his story through the lens of the pop culture he loved and the common adaptations he made while navigating his religious, non-religious, and racial identities.
Jordan Calhoun is a culture writer living in New York City. He is the Editor-in-Chief at Lifehacker, publishes a weekly newsletter about ethics and culture on The Atlantic called Humans Being, and he is a regular contributor as a culture writer for Black Nerd Problems. Calhoun’s writing appears in The Atlantic, Black Nerd Problems, Huffington Post, Vulture, and more. Piccolo Is Black: A Memoir of Race, Religion, and Pop Culture is his debut memoir.
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