Symone holds a B.A. in psychology from Spelman College (2017). Her thesis research focused on sexual health, exploring the ways in which sexual attitudes and partner communication contributed to informing the sexual decision making processes and affective outcomes of young adults.
Symone's anthropological inquiries concern the development of contemporary spiritualities within Post-Civil Rights Era Black American activist communities. She seeks to understand the ways in which these groups' evolving political/social and spiritual identities intersect as well as how they inform one another in such a way that allows the two identities to exist symbiotically. Symone is a Notre Dame Presidential Fellow.
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