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Marina Qu

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Matta Zheng

Zheng’s firm belief in belonging that does not compromise the self has shaped their interests — drag performance, queer affirmation, spirituality, and palliative care, to name a few. This eclectic collection, like Zheng themself, refuses to be sorted into society’s traditional categories for personhood.

Lena Tinker

Lena M. Tinker ’25, a member of the Osage Nation, currently serves as NAHC’s co-president. “NAHC is family, and NAHC is home, and it’s distinctive from any other place on this campus,” she says.

crespo portrait

Andrew Manuel Crespo ’05 is a professor of criminal law and procedure at Harvard Law school, an executive faculty director of the Institute to End Mass Incarceration, and a founding editor of Inquest, a forum for advancing decarceral ideas.