Mya Frazier

Writer: recently about Taser getting into the body cam game for the August issue of Harpers.

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Writer based in the Midwest. May writes about technology, business, and culture. Her work has appeared in Slate, NewYorker.com, The Atlantic, Technology Review, Harper’s Magazine, The Economist, Columbus Monthly, McSweeney’s and The New York Times. She’s a former staff writer for Advertising Age, The Cleveland Plain Dealer and American City Business Journals. Mya studied political geography at The Ohio State University in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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