Jehan is a writer, educator, and artist using text as the basis for her interdisciplinary art practice. Born and raised in Memphis, TN, Jehan’s work explores text as a site of liberation, place making, and historical intervention for Black peoples in the Americas. Her work has been published in Apogee, Public Books, Teachers & Writers Magazine, Autostraddle, and VICE, among others. Jehan is a 2017 and 2018 Public Performance Art fellow with Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative and is the founder of Latitudes, an artistic organization exploring Black radical literary archives in the Americas.