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The #BlackandHooded Scholarship originated in August of 2017 after a successful launch of the social media campaign and blackandhooded.com photo archive. This scholarship seeks to alleviate the financial burden that many graduate students, especially Black graduate students, face when pursuing post-secondary degrees. Through the generous donations of movement supporters and #BlackandHooded Merchandise sales, #BlackandHooded has awarded 12 scholarships to incoming black graduate students across the nation and across disciplines.

If you are interested in contributing to the #BlackandHooded Scholarship, please visit our merchandise page or click the link below.

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Natalie Reid

Natalie Reid is a graduate from The University of Michigan's School of Public Health. Her long term goals after obtaining her MPH are to possibly work for the government to streamline social services and minimize requirements, work for public school systems to reform their nutrition programs, or to start her own non-profit that builds on research done in the realm of violence and food insecurity in high-risk neighborhoods.