Kyera Singleton is working with the ACLU of Georgia until 2019 focusing on racial justice, criminal justice reform, women’s rights, and voting rights. She is a PhD Candidate at The University of Michigan-Ann Arbor in the Department of American Culture. Her work focuses on the historical legacy of mass incarceration and the intersection of imprisonment and slavery for Black women in the Antebellum South. She is excited to join the ACLU of Georgia to work on their various campaigns defending and upholding the rights of vulnerable communities.
Updated October 2018
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Thank you to our 2020 US Review and Admissions Committees
As every year, Humanity in Action received many applications for our Fellowships in Europe and Atlanta this year. We are so grateful to the dedicated Senior Fellows and friends who volunteered their time and energy in reading and reviewing applications.
Reflection on ACLU of Georgia Professional Fellowship
Ultimately, I was not given busy work at the ACLU but given invaluable opportunities to impact change. This experience has been invaluable to me as a person and a professional.
Examining Justice Podcast
2011 Amsterdam Senior Fellow Kyera Singelton helps to produce the first episode of the ACLU of Georgia's latest podcast series, "Examining Justice."
Announcing 2018 Professional Fellowships Recipients
These four Senior Fellows are currently working or have recently completed their Professional Fellowships with the ACLU of Ohio, the ACLU of Georgia, the Bertlesmann Foundation of North America and the Bailey-Boushay House.
Thank you to our 2017 US Review and Admissions Committees
Thank you to our 2015 US Review and Admissions Committees
Humanity in Action received 689 applications for our Fellowships in Europe and Atlanta this year and 421 applications for the Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship.
Race in the Netherlands: The Place of the Surinamese in Contemporary Dutch Society