DONOVAN X. RAMSEY is a journalist and emerging voice on the topics of black identity, politics and patterns of power in America. As one of very few black Millennial public thinkers, Donovan possess a unique and valuable perspective on some of the most salient issues of the day. His commentary on racial identity and politics has been featured in The New York Times. His reporting and analysis on the topic of policing has appeared in outlets including The Atlantic, GQ, The New Republic, Gawker, and Ebony, among other outlets. Donovan is currently a fellow at Demos, the New York City-based public-policy think tank, where he is gearing up to cover race as a factor in the 2016 presidential race and ongoing national efforts to reform the criminal justice system.