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First Black Woman to Lead Harvard Newspaper

Kristine Guillaume, a liberal-arts student from New York born to immigrant parents will become the first black woman to lead Harvard University’s Crimson newspaper in its 145-year history.
Guillaume, who is studying literature, history and African-American studies, was elected this month with a promise to steer the traditional bastion of the establishment towards a more diverse, digital-first future.
She has previously served as a chair of a diversity and inclusivity committee, responsible for making The Harvard Crimson more diverse and welcoming to students from all backgrounds.
“If my being elected to the Crimson presidency as the first black woman affirms anyone’s sense of belonging at Harvard, then that will continue to affirm the work that I’m doing,” she told The New York Times.
The 20-year-old is the third black president and first black woman to helm the organization since it was founded in 1873.
In 2018, people of color make up just over 22 percent of the workforce in US newsrooms, according to the American Society of Newspaper Editors.
In 1990, Barack Obama was the first black person elected to lead The Harvard Law Review, considered the highest student position at Harvard Law School.
(DAILYMAIL)

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