Phone: (718) 951-1722
Zinga A. Fraser is an Assistant Professor in the Africana Studies Department at Brooklyn College. Dr. Fraser is also the Director of the Shirley Chisholm Project on Brooklyn Women’s Activism at Brooklyn College. Professor Fraser is currently completing her manuscript titled, Sister Insider/ Sister Outsider: Shirley Chisholm and Barbara Jordan, Black Women’s Politics in the Post Civil Rights Era. Professor Fraser‘s work focuses on African American and Women’s Politics, Congressional Black Caucus, U.S. social movements and Race and Inequality. She previously served at the Women’s and Gender Studies Postdoctoral Fellow at Brooklyn College. She holds a doctorate in African American Studies from Northwestern University with a specialization in Race, Politics and Culture, and a Master’s of Arts from the Institute for Research in African American Studies at Columbia University, where she was a Paul Robeson Fellow.
She has published works in Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture and She Society, the Association of Black Women’s Historians and Phillis: A Journal of African American Women’s History. She has received awards from the American Political Science Association in 2014 on Minority and Urban Politics. In addition Professor Fraser has received the Zora Neale Hurston Award Excellence in Writing Award for Social Sciences at Columbia University and numerous awards and fellowships. Dr. Fraser has also worked as a Legislative staffer on Capitol Hill for the late Congressman Major R. Owens.
Media inquiries see - www.zingafraser.com
Phone: (718) 951-5000 ext. 6478
Barbara Winslow is a historian who teaches in both the School of Education and the Women’s Studies Program at Brooklyn College. Along with her research interests Barbara Winslow serves on the Advisory Board of the North Star Fund a foundation serving grassroots activist organizations in New York City and a Distinguished Lecturer for the Organization of American Historians. She is also on the Board of Trustees of the newly revived Antioch College.
Phone: (718) 951-5000 ext. 1722
Nila Popal is also the videographer and editor for the Shirley Chisholm Project. She received a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies from Brooklyn College. She has filmed and edited various projects ranging from the food inside the Barclay’s Center to rallies against gun violence.
Email: contact [at] jasonlalor.com
Jason Lalor is a Jamaican-American artist and designer. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts (Graphic Design) at Wesleyan University and has developed websites for non-profit organizations including Healthy Picks, The Black Institute and The Shirley Chisholm Project. He also records and performs hip hop music under the pseudonym dada powell, and creates handmade artwork and packaging to accompany each of his albums. View more of his work at jasonlalor.com.
Professor Irene Sosa, Brooklyn College TV and Radio Department
Leslie Anselme, Project Administrator 2013-2016
Veronica G. Rodriquez, Project Administrator 2012-2013 Joyce LeeAnn Joseph, Project Administrator 2011-2012 Marwa Amer, Project Manager Summer 2008-Summer 2011 Leah Danger, Video Consultant 2009-2010 Martha Ozario, Intern 2009-2010 Zoe Black, Intern Summer 2009
Kemile Jackson, Project Manager 2007-2008