M’Shai S. Dash is a blogger, digital content creator, and freelance writer from Washington, D.C. She attended the University of the District of Columbia and currently resides in the Washington, D.C. area.
Dash began writing music and poetry as a child, and has recently completed a work of poetry called Woman In Sujud. After appearing in PBS’s Legacy: Being Black in America (2007), she began speaking publicly about social justice issues, and the power of digital storytelling in a social media driven world. Dash has spoken at the Apollo Theater (2008), Charles Sumner School (2012), and Duke Ellington School of the Arts (2012), Blerdcon DC (2017), and Trinity University College (2017).
Dash writes about race and culture, mental health, and popular culture. Her writing has been featured in For Harriet and MadameNoir.com. She is a staff writer for BlackSci-Fi.com,a contributor for Blavity.com, and a co-host on Black Sci-fi TV, a public access television show which airs on PhillyCam.