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L. Haley Bajorek

MA Student, African & African-American Studies
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Haley Bajorek graduated with honors from the University of Kansas with her B.A. in Anthropology as well as with a minor in Communication Studies. As a graduate student, Haley is pursuing a joint master's degree in African and African American Studies and Museum Studies with the goal of better understanding American history and its broader diasporic connections to elevate underrepresented and erased historical narratives in the museum. Her research interests center critical theories in race, education, and gender and sexuality studies with a specific focus of using museums as a tool for social change.

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