Jennifer Bunkley is a Georgia native and a member of the class of 2018 concentrating in African American studies, with a focus in African American culture and life. Jennifer became interested in the department after taking AAS 201: Introduction to African American studies in her sophomore year. Guided by her Princeton coursework, as well as her own personal interests, Jennifer has become dedicated to observing all things related to the Black Power Movement, as well as the Black Lives Matter Movement. She is interested in the intersections of race, gender, and visual presentation, as well. Around campus, Jennifer is an officer and dancer for Raqs: Princeton Belly Dance. Within the next few years, Jennifer plans to attend medical school.
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