Dr. Hines-Gaither and Quaker Archivist Gwen Erickson named the 2019 Judith Weller Harvey Quaker Scholars.
Funding procured from the Harvey Research scholarship enabled Gwen and Krishauna to research Quakers and Slave Abolition. Visit theTouring Page to view upcoming speaking engagements related to their research. Listen to Krishauna and Gwen's lecturehere.
Following death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and others, Dr. Hines-Gaither was invited as Guest Columnist for Winston Salem Journal: Read Hereas she explains to her 5-year-old son how to navigate life as an African-American boy.
Giovanni, Dr. Hines-Gaither's Son
Dr. Hines-Gaither Emcees Black History Program for Winston Salem, NC Mayor's Office, Human Relations Department
Griots Republic Magazine Features Dr. Hines Gaither
Student Government of Salem College in NC dedicated patio to Dr. Hines-Gaither, read article here.
"Dr. Hines-Gaither, we firmly believe that your impact and legacy across Salem's community has forever changeditscourse,
and that it should be honored through this space. [The SGA is]
dedicated to honoring you in this aspect and highly regard your
contributions to the Salem community." SGA President, Imani Brown (center, right), SGA
Judicial Chair, Keeleigh Utt (center left)
Dr. Hines-Gaither Publishes Textbook Chapter
Krishauna published a chapter in the textbook Intercultural
Communication for Global Engagement. Her chapter is titled Enacting
agency: From culture shock to cultural broker. The full citation