Jessica Ann Levy is a historian of American politics, business, and racism. Her current manuscript, Black Power, Inc.: Corporatizing Anti-Racist Struggles in the U.S. and Sub-Saharan Africa, charts the corporatization of the global black freedom struggle starting with Black Power in the 1960s and ending with the international anti-apartheid movement. Levy received her doctorate from Johns Hopkins University in 2018. She is currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Princeton University in the Department of African American Studies. Levy is the recipient of numerous fellowships and grants, including the Jefferson Scholars/Hagley Library Fellowship in Business and Politics and the International Business History Doctoral Fellowship at the German Historical Institute. Her writing has appeared in the Journal of Urban History, The Washington Post, and Public Seminar. Follow her on Twitter @jessicaannlevy.