PULITZER CENTER ALUM
Donté Donald joined the Pulitzer Center as an intern in December 2009. He recently graduated from Yale University with a degree in African American studies and concentrated in literature, theology, race theory, and sexuality. While there, he completed a year long senior thesis for which he received a research fellowship and subsequently won the John Blassingame, 71 PhD Award for best research in African American studies. He also served as a Paul R. Jones Initiative Scholar at the University of Delaware where he published an original thesis on the intersection of art, feminism, and race theory. He has published pieces for Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine and numerous Yale publications.