Kashema Hutchinson

Kashema Hutchinson is a doctoral student in the Urban Education program at the Graduate Center (CUNY). She has a B.A. in Communications: Advertising/Public Relations and an M.A. in Sociology. She is currently the Co-Director of the Undergraduate Leadership Program and a Doctoral Fellow at the CUNY Graduate Center at The Futures Initiative. She has facilitated discussions with incarcerated populations at the Rikers Island Facility in New York. Her research interests include the school-to-prison pipeline, the socialization of Black girls and women, zero-tolerance policies, mattering and marginalization and hip-hop pedagogy. She creates and uses infographics to facilitate discussions about the role of women and history; philosophy; behavioral economics and; class and crime and much more.  


Nov 14

*SOLD OUT* Hip-Hop and Critical Race Theory

Taught by Kashema Hutchinson
7:30 p.m. at Work Heights - Electric

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Sep 26

Living Room Salon | 'Dirty Computers', Voice & Visibility

Taught by Kashema Hutchinson
8 p.m. at Living Room

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