Currently in ATX pursuing a masters in media studies, Kiana's research surrounds digital technologies and its intersections with race/gender/sexuality- Which is an academic way of saying she went back to school to study Black twitter. Kiana is passionate about criminal justice reform, media representation, and finding innovative ways to protect the marginalized. Kiana is friendly as long as you don't try and touch her hair, so leave her a comment/message and she'll make sure to respond.
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The NC Editors took on the daunting task of trying 100 products in a month. Here are my favorites.
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Why Nia the Light's Big Chop is "A Ticket to a Different Career" | Interview
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