The Protecting Black Voices Scholarship was created to support students committed to civic responsibility and community engagement. This scholarship is awarded to high-achieving undergraduate and graduate Black students enrolled in an accredited four-year college pursuing a degree in history, political science, communications, media, journalism or related majors.
This scholarship is awarded to high-achieving undergraduate and graduate Black students enrolled in an accredited four-year college pursuing a degree in history, political science, communications, media, journalism or related majors.
Hailing from Bloomfield, Connecticut, Morgan is a driven and ambitious student currently in her senior year at Spelman College. With a passion for the legal field, she has set her sights on pursuing a law degree at Drexel Kline School of Law. Morgan has been captivated by the significance of diversity in both political science and the legal field. She recognizes the vital role that diverse perspectives play in shaping policies and laws that truly reflect the needs and aspirations of all individuals.
Mitchell Harris Jr.
Mitchell Harris Jr. is majoring in Political Science at Georgia State University's Honors College and has already achieved remarkable accomplishments. He actively participates in the Student Government Association, Toastmasters, and GEAR UP Georgia, demonstrating his passion for engaging with his peers and making a positive impact on campus. Mitchell actively contributes to community organizations such as The Atlanta Collegiate Institute, also known as the Institute for Responsible Citizenship. Mitchell works as a student assistant in Development and Fundraising, honing his skills in resource mobilization and cultivating relationships within the university community.
Mack Minter is studying English and Critical Race and Ethnic Studies at the University of Chicago. Mack has experience working in customer service, media production, and volunteerism through positions at the Bartlett Public Library, Junior Achievement, and UC3P's Kinda Sorta Brown podcast. In their spare time, they enjoy media analysis/criticism, video editing, creative writing, and graphic design. They are committed to taking advantage of different types of media (video, audio, literary, gaming) to address the injustices and disparities that face minority communities.