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Dzidzor Azaglo

Dzidzor (Jee-Jaw) is a Ghanian-American folklore, performing artist, author, and curator. Dzidzor’s style of call and response has combined traditional storytelling in Afro-folklore and Poetry Slam through a sonic experience. Dzidzor is moved by the responsibility to alarm the power/abundance in the midst of bodies while creating a practice of care and freedom through creativity. […]

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Doreen Lee

Doreen Lee is associate professor of anthropology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Lee writes, researches, and teaches about urban politics, Southeast Asia, and critical theory. She received her undergraduate degree in archaeology from New York University, and her PhD from Cornell University where she specialized in sociocultural anthropology and Southeast Asian studies. Her […]

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Ángel David Nieves

Ángel David Nieves is Professor of Africana Studies, History, and Digital Humanities in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH) at Northeastern University and is an Affiliate Professor in the Department of English and in the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs. He is currently Director of the Graduate Program in Public History […]

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Savita Maharaj

After graduating in 2022, Savita wants to go into the field of Black Studies as a high school teacher or a college professor and change the literary canon. She is passionate about literature, youth work, writing, and social justice and hopes to teach books by BIPOC authors. […]

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Victoria Dey

Victoria earned her B.A. in French and International Relations from the University of Rochester in 2021 and began the World History doctoral program at Northeastern University the following semester. Victoria’s research interests include the intentional modern manipulations of French memory during times of conflict that continue to influence race relations , identity, and other aspects […]

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Janika Dillon

Janika graduated with honors from Brigham Young University (BYU) with a BA in Communications and a minor in German. Her honors thesis, Female Arguments: An Examination of the Utah Woman’s Suffrage Debates of 1880 and 1895, was accepted to the annual conference of the American Journalism Historians Association. She completed a joint master’s degree in […]

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Allison Donine

Allison Donine is a third-year PhD student and member of the Social Science Environmental Health Research Institute (SSEHRI). Allison received an en-route MA in Sociology from Northeastern University and a BA in Environmental Policy from Pitzer College. She has previously worked with the American Red Cross and served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the […]

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Callie Hansson

Callie Hansson (she/they) is a doctoral student in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Before Northeastern, she attended the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where they earned a B.A. in Journalism. She currently works in the Institute on Race and Justice with Dr. Amy Farrell investigating child labor trafficking in the United States. Her research […]

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