Scheduled for Release Fall 2020
This is a Display of a NIU Social Change Leadership students academic coursework.
The KK Project
The story of a present day injustice!
Welcome to the KK Project Page. KK stands for Karen Kaepernick. The "KAREN" Phenomenon is the occurrence of white women calling the police on Black Men for no reason. Inspired by Colin's Kaepernick's expression of peaceful protest, The KK Project tells the story of an entanglement between a Karen, and a Black College Senior that is a Dean's List, Honor's Program student at his university. This student is being attacked and retaliated against for speaking up about an injustice. This student was labeled a "possible active campus shooter" and much more, in this racist, retaliatory attack that includes categories of racism, white privilege, collusion, the first amendment, and the constitution. This is a current story that is active and taking place on a major US College Campus.
The KK Project, is the final undergraduate academic assignment for a Social Change Leadership student located at the NIU College of Education. This dean's list, honor's program student is a part of (6) six academic honor societies, with a 4.00/4.00 GPA in Social Change Leadership!
2019 NIU Dean’s List for exhibiting Superior Academic Achievement
2019 NIU Honors Program Excellence Award Recipient - Luminary Author
2019 NIU “Intern of the Semester” Award Recipient Smerge Family Foundation
2019 NIU CHANCE Student Scholarship Award Recipient
2019 NIU Order of Omega Greek Honor Society Inductee
2019 NIU John Henrik Clarke Honor Society Inductee
2019 NIU Adela De La Torre Latino Honor Society Inductee
2020 NIU Honors Program Member
2020 NIU College of Education (SAC) Student Advisory Committee Member
2020 NIU Chi Alpha Epsilon Academic Honor’s Fraternity Inductee
2020 Lambda Pi Beta Liberal Arts & Science Academic Honor Society Inductee
2020 NIU 44th Annual O’Connell Awards Academic Achievement Award
2020 NIU Communications Studies Program Service & Engagement Award
2020 NIU Senior Leadership Award
The KK Project is a culturally relevant piece that will result in a Baccalaureate of Science Degree for this African American Student.