Channing Hill is an aspiring lawyer pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Strategic, Legal, and Management Communication at Howard University in Washington, D.C.
Channing is not new to social justice and advocacy.
At only 20 years old, Channing has organized and led protests in public schools in her home state of Texas since her adolescence. Finding her voice in her NAACP Youth Council in Arlington, Texas, she now leads as the Howard University NAACP Chapter President and the Region 7 National Youth-Works Committee Representative.
In Fall 2021, Channing was one of eight student leaders in #BlackburnTakeover, a sit-in protest at Howard University that lasted 34 days, the longest student protest in Howard's History.
Channing's commitment to social justice is rooted in a firm belief in community and black radical traditions.