Independent Historian

Dominique McIndoe is a 2017 graduate of Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey, with a B.A. in Public Relations and Journalism. Since obtaining her bachelor’s degree, she has been building her vocation in writing and journalism as an Editorial Assistant at New Jersey Monthly Magazine where she reported, researched and fact-checked news and editorial content in the magazine. She is now contracted with New Jersey Monthly Magazine as a Freelance Writer. Dominique has also been a member of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) since 2018. She is an active member in her community, working as a Vacation Bible School teacher at her local church. She has an immense passion for black history and is always seeking to learn and educate others on everything there is to know about the rich and nuanced history of blacks in America. In 2020, Dominique plans to begin a master’s degree program in communication to further build on her bachelor’s degree.

Dorothy Lee Bolden (1924-2005)

In 1968 Dorothy Bolden transformed domestic workers’ rights by founding the National Domestic Worker’s Union of America (NDWUA). Employed as a domestic for more than 40 years, Bolden created a union to promote their interests. The NDWUA helped domestic workers gain better wages, better conditions, … Read MoreDorothy Lee Bolden (1924-2005)