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Waking The Nation/ #wakingthefeminists

Approximately one year ago, I was in Brooklyn speaking over Skype with Serena Wilson and Trina Vargo as a semi-finalist for the Mitchell Scholarship before dashing off to the Brooklyn Prospect Charter School to work with a group of female … Continue reading

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Changing Course

I can’t help it—I always want to know what other people are thinking. That unbridled curiosity is what attracted me to journalism in the first place. At its core, journalism is about people—what they do, why they do it, and … Continue reading

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New Adventures

I knew that I could look forward to my time in Ireland when, upon landing at Dublin’s shiny new airport, I was greeted by free luggage carts. That’s right: when moving to a new country, a free luggage cart (are … Continue reading

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I have settled back in the United States and am enjoying my work in Washington D.C. as a Fellow at Emerson Collective, an organization that advocates for and invests in the public good.  Ireland seems at times a world away: … Continue reading

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