Christina M. Hudson is a Ph.D. student in Africology and African American Studies at Temple University. 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. After graduation Christina plans to pursue a postdoc and further expand her research.
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- )