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Chibundo Anwuli Egwuatu

Sociocultural Anthropology


Chibundo Egwuatu is a doctoral student in Socioultural Anthropology interested in black sex worker's activism, de/criminalization, deconstructing social and structural apparatuses as a means for liberatory practice, and the (un)democratizing space of the digital in contemporary political action. Chibundo works in Champaign-Urbana in community activist spaces, in collaboration with local organizers and organizations.

Research Interests

Sex Work, Activism, Race, Human Rights, Decriminalization, Decolonial Practice


B.A. in Anthropology, 2016, University of Central Florida

Additional Campus Affiliations

Teaching Assistant - Gender and Women's Studies