Jennifer White-Johnson is a Multidisciplinary Artist, Art Advocate, Educator, and graduate of MICA’s Graphic Design Graduate Program. She works as an Assistant Professor of Design & Visual Culture at Bowie State University. In October 2018 she released an advocacy photo zine entitled "KnoxRoxs" dedicated to her 6-year-old Autistic son, as a way to give visibility to children of color in the Autism community. Since its release, the zine has received national and international recognition from AfroPunk, The 2019 Women’s March on Washington, The Autism Society of Baltimore, The MET Gallery in New York, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
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