Author: Karen Adjei

Karen Adjei

Karen Adjei is a graduate from Northwestern University, where she majored in History and minored in Asian American Studies. She previously interned with the Smithsonian, D.C. Public Library, and the Germantown Historical Society. Karen hopes to further develop her interests in restorative justice and information accessibility. Through the Internship to Fellowship (I2F) Program, Karen carried out a Fellowship research project at the Archives Center at the National Museum of American History where she focused on access to Asian American activism in the archives through the lens of Japanese American incarceration, the redress movement, and women’s experiences.

Photograph of Grayce Uyehara at the Ten Women in Leadership Conference, 1987 (AC1480-0000001, Grayce Uyehara Papers, Archives Center, National Museum of American History)