Margaret Kimberley is Executive Editor and Senior Columnist of Black Agenda Report and the current host of the Black Agenda Radio podcast. Her book, Prejudential: Black America and the Presidents was published in 2020 by Steerforth Press. Dr. Cornel West said, “Margaret Kimberley gives us an intellectual gem or prophetic fire about all the U.S. presidents and their deep roots in the vicious legacy of white supremacy and predatory capitalism. Such truths seem more than most Americans can bear, though we ignore her words at our own peril!”
She is a recipient of the Serena Shim Award for Uncompromising Integrity in Journalism, and the Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press' 2021 Women in Media Award. She is also a board member of Consortium News.
Ms. Kimberley is a contributor to the anthologies "In Defense of Julian Assange," "Capitalism on a Ventilator: the Impact of COVID-19 on China and the U.S.," and "Killing Trayvons: An Anthology of American Violence." Her activism includes membership on the Administrative Committee of the United National Antiwar Coalition, the Coordinating Committee of Black Alliance for Peace, and the Board of Directors of the U.S. Peace Memorial Foundation.
She has appeared in national and international media including CGTN, RT, Al Mayadeen, Deutsche Welle (DW), Al Jazeera English, and Sky News.
Ms. Kimberley's work can be supported on Patreon, and can also be found on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter @freedomrideblog, Instagram, Telegram, BlueSky and Linktree.
She is a graduate of Williams College and lives in New York City.