Bobby Cenoura is an African/African American literary artist born and raised in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. Cenoura writes about topics that inspire conversation and thought, such as “Male Angst” the post-modern dating market displacement, “own group preference/detanglement” phenotypic preference economic, social and cultural discrimination, and currently has one screenplay and a TV series concept under his belt.
Cenoura has seen sweeping change in the Washington D.C. area since the 1980s, which inspires a lion’s share of his literature. Bobby holds a double undergraduate degree in business and social sciences from the University of Maryland.
During this broadcast we will be discussing his book which addresses why black names matter.