Analyzing Anti-Blackness and Antagonism Against Black LGBT Youth in Mental Health Services - Anéya Sousa

​Tufts-Laidlaw Scholar Anéya Sousa​'s research talk on Analyzing Anti-Blackness and Antagonism Against Black LGBT Youth in Mental Health Services.

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Tufts-Laidlaw Scholar Anéya Sousa's research talk on Analyzing Anti-Blackness and Antagonism Against Black LGBT Youth in Mental Health Services.

Recorded: Tufts - Robinson 253 - October 19th, 2019

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Administrator, Office of the Provost, Tufts University

Andrew Singleton has recently joined the Tufts-Laidlaw Undergraduate Research and Leadership Programme team as a Programme Administrator and is excited to continue to elevate the Laidlaw Programming for current and future scholars. He joined the programme from Venture Café, which connects and educates the entrepreneurial and innovation community in Boston through programs/spaces/events and many other cities around the world. He has a B.S. from MIT in Biology and a background in social-impact enterprises, wind-power, user-computer-interfaces, as well as computer network design. In his spare time, Andrew enjoys travel, hiking, and wildlife photography.

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