Raina Terry

“Rai Mckinley Terry is interested in engaging the spaces, physical and digital, that Black and specifically Black queer people occupy and adorn as reclamations of life and freedom. With a B.A. in African and African American Studies-Arts from Brandeis University, Rai has a decade of experience with photography, filmmaking and  critical visual studies. Rai is currently the Fellow of the Public History of Slavery at Brown University where they are pursuing an MA in Public Humanities. They hope to continue to seek and create spaces of Black queer agency and joy and to utilize alternative histories for a truer public education.”