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Keidrick Roy

About The Author

Keidrick Roy received his PhD from Harvard University, where he is a Junior Fellow in the Harvard Society of Fellows. He is an educator, museum exhibition curator, documentary filmmaker, and former military nuclear operations officer. His research explores the intersection of African American history, literature, and political thought from the Revolutionary era to the present. Dr. Roy has curated two major exhibitions at the American Writers Museum in Chicago on Black American figures such as Frederick Douglass, Ida B. Wells, Pauli Murray, and Ralph Ellison. He has also curated an exhibition on the Nazi racial state for Harvard’s Houghton Library as a former Visiting Fellow in Twentieth-Century History.

Books by Keidrick Roy