The Harvard Law Review has elected ImeIme Umana to serve as its 131st President - making her the first black woman in history to hold this position. Originally from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Umana studied government and African-American studies at Harvard as an undergraduate. She is now a JD candidate with Harvard Law School and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Founded in 1887, the Harvard Law Review is an student-edited journal published monthly from November through


This self-proclaimed Renaissance Man lives up to the title. Like his new podcast says Al Letson does errthang and he does it well. Peabody award-winning radio host, poet, playwright, actor and comic book writer?! When does he sleep? Well this artist with the amazing head of hair is definitely someone you should keep tabs on, after all he is the

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Nia King is a freelance multimedia journalist who is definitely the Next Big Thing in journalism! Her book highlighting Queer and Trans Artist of Color and podcast We Want the Airwaves are captivating and give props to artists who don’t receive nearly enough praise for their work. Shout outs to people whose work you admire? We can definitely get behind that cause! You can subscribe to Nia’s podcast and get her book and zines at

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