Rhonda Jones

Rhonda Jones (Ph.D., Howard University) holds a doctorate in U.S. History, a master’s in Library Science from UNC Chapel Hill, and a master’s in Public History from Howard University. Working as a Community Digital Archivist at the Walter Clinton Jackson Library, she is an innovative thought leader who specializes in cultural memory and digital heritage informatics. Her research centers on the challenges of documenting the history of lynching, racial violence, and the painful legacy of African American intergenerational trauma. Whether the task is lecturing, researching, digital curation, outreach, or engagement, Dr. Jones brings a unique style of generous listening, heartfelt vision, and reflective inquiry.

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