L. Malik Anderson is a Communication Arts Major with an emphasis on Radio-Television-Film and a Digital Studies Certificate at the University of Wisconsin- Madison, student journalist/ blogger, photographer/ videographer, creative writer and performance artist who immerses himself in various forms of social justice, advocacy, and news.
He has journalism experience ranging from hyper-local, national, and international issues. His topics focus on social, political, lifestyles, entertainment, and a variety of interests. L. Malik specializes in features, entertainment, and social justice, but is very versatile.
In Spring 2014, L. Malik photographed rehearsals while also recording footage for the play Jungle Kings written and directed by Rain Wilson. These images were used both for promotional and educational use.
In Summer 2014, L. Malik began his multi-summer internship with Wisconsin Public Radio as an Emma L. Bowen Foundation Scholar. Throughout the summer, he works in various departments such as online content, audience services, audio engineering, development, and production.
His artistic work focuses on developing social justice in all aspects of society. He has performed original works of poetry and prose across the Midwest.
L. Malik operated Clash Digitel Network, a collective a communication entities he founded to inform and entertain the emerging generation of young professionals from November 2011 to July 2015. He is also the founder and vice president of the National Association of Black Journalists at University of Wisconsin- Madison (NABJ-Wisconsin).