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Every community is politicized by, and contributes to, the movement of other political entities in its city, the country, and the world. This summer, the panelists took community-facing positions in both government and non-profit sectors. Aviva will discuss the importance of building sustainable materials, such as universal support group facilitation guides, for non-profits supporting LGBTQ+ teenagers. Liv will discuss constituent services and legislation on housing and drug policy in San Francisco. Maddie will talk about her experience working to ensure that MSHA as an agency had awareness of the barriers to employment some demographics face, Raven will consider the substantial role an inclusive curriculum plays in K-12 schools as a starting point for rebuilding educational institutions into safe spaces for marginalized communities. Our diverse set of experiences contribute to a meaningful panel about the ways in which politics can be used to the advantage of marginalized communities, not just against them.

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  • Raven Joseph '25, Critical Social Thought and Psychology and Education double major
  • Aviva Strong '24, Sociology major, Education Studies minor
  • Maddie Drake '24, Politics and Sociology double major
  • Olivia Wilson '24, Politics major

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  • Aurpheon Ray

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