Chris Rabb

Chris Rabb is a new media consultant, writer, social commentator and netroots activist. He is also the publisher of Afro-Netizen, a prominent Black-oriented online community, which he founded in 1999.Chris has been published in various publications, including The Nation, ColorLines, Savoy Magazine and Mother Jones, and he has been cited in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, In These Times, The New York Times, Philadelphia Tribune, Advertising Age and myriad weblogs. He has also appeared on C-SPAN, Air America, NPR, The Tavis Smiley Show, The Michael Eric Dyson Show, The Bev Smith Show, XM Radio, PBS, CNN International, CBS, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and others.He received a B.A. from Yale College and his M.S. in organizational dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania. Chris is also an active, longtime board member of the Baltimore Afro-American Newspaper Company, the oldest family-owned Black newspaper in the country.