Kyrah Potter

Class of 2025
Undergraduate, Major

Kyrah (Keke) Potter is a member of the class of 2025, born and raised right outside of Philly. She is pre-law as an African American Studies concentrator on the Race and Public Policy Track while also pursuing a minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies. Her attraction to the AAS department stems from its renowned professors, flexible subject matter, and engaging classes. 

In her studies, she is most interested in analyzing various freedom movements in the United States, both past and present, while specifically identifying the role of Black (Queer) Women within these movements. Outside of class, Kyrah is heavily involved in Princeton’s Mock Trial team and Princeton Students for Reproductive Justice (PSRJ), where she serves on the executive board for both organizations.