Dextina is a graduating senior in Mechanical Engineering at MIT, as well as a fashion designer, Kappa Alpha Theta sister, and spoken word artist. Q catches up with the Brooklyn native about her work with #blacklivesmatter at MIT and where she draws her inspiration.
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