Clay Cane

Clay Cane

Clay Cane is an award-winning journalist, author, television personality, and documentary filmmaker. His work covers various topics: pop culture, sexuality, race, religion and social justice. Clay is the creator and director of the documentary 'Holler If You Hear Me: Black and Gay in the Church,' which earned a 2016 GLAAD Media Award nomination for Outstanding Digital Journalism. On February 24, 2016, The White House featured Clay Cane as a Black History Month speaker along with a screening of the documentary. Cane was also presented on a panel discussion, which focused on the film, faith, sexuality and the African American community. Clay is also the recipient of GMAD's 2016 James Baldwin Revolutionary Award.

Clay's commentary is heard on television networks such as MTV, HLN, ABC, MSNBC, FOX and CNN. He contributes to numerous print and online publications including, The Washington Post and Gawker. Clay is the co-editor and contributing writer of the anthology 'For Colored Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Still Not Enough: Coming of Age, Coming Out, and Coming Home.' He also contributed to 'Where Did Our Love Go: Love and Relationships in the African-American Community.'

Raised in both Washington State and Philadelphia, Clay's diverse background inspires him to deliver edgy commentary that provides sharp, witty, incisive and raw analysis on culture.

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    • Surviving the Intersections of Sexuality, God, and Race
    • By: Clay Cane
    • Narrated by: David Sadzin
    • Length: 8 hrs and 6 mins
    • Release date: 10-08-18
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