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Meet Kelly Lytle Hernandez, one of the winners of Genius Grant award

Every year the Macarthur Foundation announces the so-called Genius Grant, a $625,000 award, no-strings-attached, given to selected innovative artists and scholars to encourage them to continue pursuing their work. UNews spoke to Kelly Lytle Hernandez she’s a professor of history, African American studies, and urban planning at UCLA and one of the winners of this year’s grants.

Meet Kelly Lytle Hernandez, one of the winners of Genius Grant award

Every year the Macarthur Foundation announces the so-called Genius Grant, a $625,000 award, no-strings-attached, given to selected innovative artists and scholars to encourage them to continue pursuing their work. UNews spoke to Kelly Lytle Hernandez she’s a professor of history, African American studies, and urban planning at UCLA and one of the winners of this year’s grants.

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