Christina M. Hudson is a first-generation college student at Eastern Washington University (EWU), double majoring in English studies and Africana studies, and minoring in religious studies. She earned her associate degree at Spokane Falls Community College in Spokane, Washington before transferring to EWU in 2020. She is interested in decolonizing religious studies with a focus on ancient African religious texts, with the intention of shifting the way we view the contributions of African and African Diaspora peoples to the development of world civilization throughout history. Christina has been a scholar of Western religions and occult teachings for over 13 years, and she has taught many of these philosophies to students through yoga and meditation for 6 years. She wants to bring the contributions of these ancient civilizations to the forefront of religious studies and, in doing so, be a small part of changing the landscape of academia.
Karine Jean-Pierre is an American political campaign organizer, political commentator, author, university lecturer, and activist. She is the first “Black, gay, immigrant woman” to hold the position of White House Press Secretary. Born in Fort-de-France, Martinique to Haitian parents on August 13, 1977, Karine Jean-Pierre … Read MoreKarine Jean-Pierre (1977- )