Early life and education
Washington was born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1970. He and his family moved to a farm in rural Michigan. He was raised in the Worldwide Church of God religion (now called Grace Communion International).
Washington won the Public Radio Talent Quest sponsored by Public Radio Exchange (PRX) and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), which had more than 1,400 entries. Shortly after winning, he developed the Snap Judgment radio program, which first aired on NPR stations nationwide in July 2010. By May 2018, Snap Judgment was aired on over 400 public radio stations and downloaded over two million times each month.
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