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Barbara Ofosu-Somuah is a Ghanaian-American activist and interdisciplinary social scientist from Accra, Ghana, and the Bronx, New York. Her purpose is to center equity in all aspects of justice work. As a Thomas J. Watson Fellow and as a Fulbright Researcher, Barbara investigated the racialized lived experiences of Black folx across the African Diaspora. Currently, she is co-translating Future. Il domani narrato dalle voci di oggi in collaboration with Candice Whitney. She holds a BA in sociology, psychology, and Italian from Middlebury College.