"How Brooklyn’s Shirley Chisholm paved the way for women of color in politics"
by: Craig Treadway
Posted: Mar 15, 2021 / 06:57 PM EDT / Updated: Mar 15, 2021 / 06:57 PM EDT
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Zinga A. Fraser, PhD , Assistant Professor, Africana Studies Department and Women's and Gender Studies Program & Director of the Shirley Chisholm Project on Brooklyn Women's Activism |
Unbought Unbossed Conversations with Celebrity Host, Entrepreneur, Shirley Chisholm Cultural Institute (SCCI) Board Member, Angela Yee, with guests Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke, David Johns, Executive Director of the The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC)
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Zinga Fraser, PhD Featured in Time Magazine "Beyond Gloria Steinem: What to Know About the Women of Color Who Were Instrumental to the Women’s Liberation Movement" By Annabel Gutterman
Zinga Fraser, PhD interviewed on CBS News. Copyright © 2020 CBS News.
Zinga Fraser, PhD interviewed on TRT World Now. Copyright © 2020 TRT World.
Zinga Fraser, PhD Featured in New York Times “2019 Belongs to Shirley Chisholm”
WNBC Segment 11/20/16
Tracie Strahan sits down with Zinga A. Fraser, PhD the director of the Shirley Chisholm Project at Brooklyn College, to discuss Chisholm’s legacy and how the project honors her. You can go to www.chisholmproject.com for more information.
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Zinga Fraser, PhD Introduces Randi Weingarten AFT President at
84th American Federation of Teachers (AFT) Convention and organization's 100th anniversary.
Chief among her responsibilities, Zinga A. Fraser, Ph.D., the new director of the Brooklyn College Shirley Chisholm Project on Brooklyn Women's Activism, is looking forward to promoting Chisholm's continued importance to Brooklyn and beyond. Photo credit: Brooklyn College
(l to r) Zinga Fraser, Farah Jasmine Griffin, PhD and Darlene Clark Hine, PhD Black Graduate Association Conference, Northwestern University, 2009
(l to r) Zinga Fraser and Manning Marable, PhD at Breaking Boundaries Book Event, Columbia University, 2011
(l to r) Paula Giddings, Zinga Fraser and Darlene Clark Hine, PhD 2010 Social Action Luncheon
(l to r) Zinga Fraser and Reverend Jesse Jackson 50th Celebration of Ghana Independence
50 Year Celebration of Ghana's Independence with Universal Negro Improvement Association Delegation
(l to r) Zinga Fraser & Richard Iton, PhD A Beautiful Struggle Conference, Northwestern University, 2012
Zinga Fraser at First-Day-of-Issue Ceremony for USPS Commemoration of Shirley Chisholm’s Legacy Postage Stamp held at Brooklyn Borough Hall on January 31, 2014
Stacey Muhammad (center) is greeted by the Women's and Gender Studies Program's Endowed Postdoctoral Fellow Zinga A. Fraser (right) and Sau-Fong Au, director of the Women's Center.
Dwayne Nash, a former prosecutor, and Zinga Fraser, who worked for a group started by Bella Abzug, represent a new cohort of black-studies scholars whose approach is interdisciplinary. Credit: Mark Abramson for The Chronicle
Zinga Fraser with Premila Nadasen Photo Credit: MalbroughPhotos
Barbara Winslow (chair and commentator), Zinga Fraser, Judy Wu Photo Credit: MalbroughPhotos
Zinga Fraser, PhD and Jamile Michener, PhD at American Political Science Association. 2014 Byran Jackson Dissertation Research on Minority Politics Award Ceremony. Photo Credit: MalbroughPhotos
(L to R) Dr. Martha Biondi, Dr. Zinga Fraser, Dr. Darlene Clark Hine. Photo Credit: MalbroughPhotos
Robin D.G. Kelley, PhD & ZInga Fraser, PhD. Photo Credit: MalbroughPhotos
Zinga Fraser PhD at Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library. Photo Credit: MalbroughPhotos