Exodus Moon is a graduating senior at Johnson C. Smith University where he is majoring in Communication Arts with a concentration in Journalism. His interest in marginalized and disenfranchised communities is what led him to storytelling. However, the pandemic served a different purpose as he witnessed the increase of unsheltered people, racial division, and the active engagement for social and political change. Understanding the severity of food deficiencies in his community, Exodus coordinated the Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Campaign on campus partnering with a local non-profit organization in the community, they fundraised $200 and fed over 100 people in the city of Charlotte. He is currently in the process of implementing a mentorship program with the lower income apartment complex that resides right next to campus. With research interests in upward mobility, housing securities, and minority health, Exodus is looking at Public Policy and Community/Economic Development Graduate programs and ultimately wants to obtain his Ph.D. When he is not busy doing schoolwork, Exodus enjoys traveling, hiking, and hanging out with his friends.