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Tracy Jones

Tracy Jones is from "God's Waiting Room," better known as Florida, but by way of Tokyo, Japan, he’s a born again American, a writer, photographer, and a proud husband and father. His greatest thought came to him in a job interview when he answered a question with "people walked through my mind like a museum." While Tracy's answer excited the possible employer, surprisingly, Tracy didn't get the job. He’s written for Huffpost, Bandcamp, Cleaver Magazine, Hi-Fructose, MoCADA, and he produces The Microscopic Giant.



Article by Tracy Jones

A Shut Door: "Japanese Hip-Hop Has Sectioned Itself Off"

"Born With It": Short Film Tackles the Experience of Mixed Race People in Japan


Can "Black Panther" Deliver a Smack in the Chops to Japan's Blackface Tradition?

Photographer Shows How Tokyo is Most Beautiful When Illuminated at Night