An Interview with Cashauna Hill

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Cashauna Hill has served as Executive Director of the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center since April 2015.  At GNOFHAC, Cashauna leads a team of 15 fair housing advocates and directs their work throughout Louisiana to eradicate housing discrimination and its harmful effects.

                    

 

                      

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A Reflective Conversation with Aishah Shaidah Simmons

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Author Amoni Thompson

Award-winning Black feminist lesbian documentary filmmaker Aishah Shahidah Simmons is the 2015-2016 Sterling A. Brown '22 Visiting Professor of Africana Studies, a 2016-2018 Just Beginnings Collaborative Fellow, and an Associate Editor of the online publication The Feminist Wire. You can follow her on twitter @AfroLez.

Photo Credit: Julie Yarbrough

 

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An Interview with Victoria Ferguson-Young

victoria-ferguson-young.jpgAuthor Amoni Thompson

Victoria Ferguson-Young is the Executive Director of The Kindred Moxie Network, Inc. and the Coordinator of DeKalb County’s Ending Abuse in Later Life Project. She currently resides in Atlanta, GA and has been active in the movement to end domestic and gender-based violence since 2007.

 

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Meet Christi Ketchum

ChristiKetchum.JPGMeet Women Engaged's featured community leader, Christi Ketchum, the Founding Director of Our Rightful Place, LLC., based in Sacramento, CA. Christi started Our Rightful Place in 2011 as an answer to a longtime passion of having a nurturing space that allows Black women to discuss pertinent social and interpersonal issues and develop ways to respond collectively.

 

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An Interview with Cashauna Hill

Cashauna Hill has served as Executive Director of the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center since April 2015.  At GNOFHAC, Cashauna leads a team of 15 fair housing advocates and directs their work throughout Louisiana to eradicate housing discrimination and its harmful effects.            ... READ MORE »
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