NaVosha Copeland is a senior in Emory College majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies in society and culture, with a concentration in race and difference, and a minor in Spanish. She is a member of Advocates for Racial Justice, Cohort B, and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. In addition, NaVosha is the historian and Caucus of Emory Black Alumni liaison intern for the Emory Black Student Union. In her spare time, she researches the histories of black music (hip-hop, jazz, blues, rhythm and blues, and funk) and the struggles that African Americans endured during the 19th and 20th centuries, especially in the American South, and she enjoys discovering new music. After graduating from Emory in May, she plans to attend graduate school to become an archivist.