Kahlil Greene was elected as Yale’s first Black student body president in 2019, when he was a sophomore majoring in history, writes Adenike Olanrewaju.
Off-campus, he is known to his more than 447,000 TikTok followers as a self-described “Gen-Z historian” who expounds on lesser-known aspects of American history like the Tuskegee medical experiment, as well as current events, Yahoo News reports. Last summer, he helped raise more than $57,000 for social justice organizations after the death of George Floyd. “I see myself as a researcher and communicator primarily,” he said.
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