Carol-Armelle Ze-Noah

Barbara Harlow Intern in Human Rights & Social Justice (Fall 2019)
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Carol-Armelle Ze-Noah is a fourth-year student pursuing majors in Black Studies, Government, and Women’s and Gender Studies with a Bridging Disciplines Program Certificate in Public Policy. She is intrigued by the intersections of race, gender, and democracy, specifically the interlocking experiences and political practices of Black women. The thrust of her work to date interrogates the access and affordability of reproductive care in underserved communities within which she studies the conditions that lead to staggering rates of maternal mortality and morbidity among Black women. During the 2018 election cycle, Carol worked at NARAL Pro-Choice America’s national office where she lobbied against the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and worked on a number of high-profile political campaigns. She enjoys dialogue and matcha lattes (oftentimes in tandem) and intends to pursue doctoral studies in Political Science.

Carol is a Rapoport Service Scholar and the recipient of the 2019 Rapport-King Thesis Scholarship. You can read more about the scholarship here.