My Guest Sunday April 13, @6:30pm est is Dr. Cindy Kistenberg.
Dr. Cindy Kistenberg is an Associate Professor of Theatre and Communication in the Department of Visual, Performing and Communication Arts at Johnson C. Smith University, a Historically Black College in Charlotte, NC. She earned a Ph.D. at Louisiana State University, and a BA and MA at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Speech Communication with an emphasis in Performance Studies. She is also a survivor of domestic abuse. Her research interest involves using performance as a means of social change, and much of her recent performance work (as an actor and director) addresses domestic abuse, bullying, HIV/AIDS education and immigration reform. She is the author of a book, several articles, conference papers and the mother of two amazing children, David and Lauren, to whom she dedicates all her work. At present, she is working on a book entitled When He Hates You More than He Loves the Children: Survivors of Domestic Abuse & Judicial Injustice Speak Out.
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