Caleb Gayle

Caleb Gayle writes about the impact of history on race and identity. After completing his undergraduate studies at the University of Oklahoma as a Truman Scholar and Oxford as a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar, Gayle worked for a social enterprise that creates customized programs to empower women entrepreneurs from marginalized areas in Mexico and as Program Officer at the George Kaiser Family Foundation. Most recently, Gayle completed both his MBA and Master’s degree in public policy from Harvard Business School and Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government as a Soros Fellow and Sheila C. Johnson Fellow, respectively. Gayle’s writing has been featured in The New York Times, the Guardian, the Three Penny Review, the Harvard Review, the Pacific Standard, The New Republic, the Boston Globe, The Root, The Daily Beast, and more.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

My Identity: Stealing What’s Mine

We bury the bubbling tide of rage that we know we’re entitled to feel, because we, unlike so many others, are at risk whenever we express that rage....


Mental Math for a Token: On Calculating My Worth
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