Kimberly Springer

Columbia University, NY

Kimberly Springer thinks and creates in the spaces of the surveillance state, Black feminist praxis, digital culture, social movements, and media. Her job-job is curating oral history collections for the Oral History Archives at Columbia (OHAC). She has written/edited these books: Living for the Revolution, Black Feminist Organizations, 1968-1980, Still Lifting, Still Climbing: African-American Women’s Contemporary Activism, Stories of Oprah: the Oprahfication of American Culture and articles for PopMatters, The Atlantic, Activist History Review, and Viewpoint Magazine.