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Raymond Two Hawks Watson is a Providence community activist, artivist and cultural development consultant who was born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island. Two Hawks grew up in the city’s Mt. Hope and Fox Point neighborhoods, and is a product of the Providence Public School system, graduating from Classical High School in 1997. Two Hawks graduated from Union College in Schenectady, New York, with a B.A. in political science in 2002 and from the University of Rhode Island in 2005 with a master’s degree in community planning, concentrating in housing and community development.
Professionally, Two Hawks is not only the CEO and founder of the Providence Cultural Equity Initiative (a cultural development consulting company), but also serves as both the executive director of the Mount Hope Neighborhood Association, Inc, and as an adjunct professor for Roger Williams University’s Community Development program. Two Hawks is an executive/founding member of the Eastern Medicine Singers American Indian Drum Group, and also serves as Pomham Sachem of the Mashapaug Nahaganset Tribe, Sunnâdin Sachem of the Nehantick-Nahaganset Nation, and national director of the Federation of Aboriginal Nations of America (FANA).