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Malik Singleton

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Malik Singleton is a reporter and a techie who has found the best of both worlds in investigative journalism. He began on the music beat in his native Los Angeles then moved to New York and covered business. Now, as a 13-year resident of Brooklyn, he does local citizen reporting. His past bylines include, Black Enterprise and The Source. On the education front he teaches multimedia journalism every Fall semester to Brooklyn teens. He is an active member of Hacks/Hackers, IRE, SPJ, ONA and NABJ. Follow him @MalikFromLA.


Articles, Investigations and Blogs

After the city rezoned Williamsburg, affordable housing was supposed to be built on the grounds of a NYCHA project there. Seven years later, ground has not been broken.

When the crowd in Crown Heights learned the free gas was made possible by FEMA , some laughed and chanted, "Obama gas! Obama gas!" But if time is money, the wait wasn't free.

Some Brooklynites who live and work near the borough’s two police watchtowers say the observation posts are affecting more than the incidence of crime.

Instructors at the Brooklyn college are divided over how to improve poor graduation numbers—and on whether the faculty on hand are qualified to operate a new science center.