Samori Maceo-Paul Coates is an American famed personality. He is best known as the son of Ta-Nehisi Coates. In April 2021, Richardson ran a new personal best of 10.72 seconds, becoming the sixth fastest woman of all time and the fourth fastest American woman in history.
She qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics after winning the women’s 100-meter dash with 10.86 in the United States Olympic Trials. Explore more about Samori Maceo-Paul Coates’s wiki, bio, age, height, parents, net worth, career and many more facts about him.
Samori Maceo-Paul Coates Parents
Samori Maceo-Paul Coates’s father name is Ta-Nehisi Coates and mother named, Kenyatta Matthews.
He holds American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity.
Moreover, Samori Maceo-Paul Coates is named after Samori Ture, a Mandé chief who fought French colonialism, after black Cuban revolutionary Antonio Maceo Grajales, and after Coates’ father.
Coates met his wife when they were both students at Howard University.
With his family, Coates moved to Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn, New York, in 2001. They purchased a brownstone in Prospect Lefferts Gardens in 2016. In 2016, he was made a member of Phi Beta Kappa at Oregon State University.
Samori Maceo-Paul Coates Facts
Samori Maceo-Paul Coates’s first name, Ta-Nehisi, is derived from an Ancient Egyptian language name for Nubia.
Nubia is a region along the Nile river in present-day northern Sudan and southern Egypt.
As a child, Coates enjoyed comic books and Dungeons & Dragons.
Coates caused some controversy in 2021 for his writing of Captain America volume 9 #28, where his depiction of the villain Red Skull used the writings of Jordan Peterson.
Peterson stated that this was out of context in order to negatively portray the clinical psychologist and was described as being an ‘attack’ on himself.