Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series: Cyntoia Brown-Long

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In order to share the importance and impact of my research with my university community, I was heavily involved in organizing an event to bring criminal justice activist Cyntoia Brown-Long to come speak to the student body at Tufts University. On March 5, 2020, I introduced her as a speaker through the Tisch College of Civic Life Distinguished Speaker Series. 

Molly Gould

student, Tufts University

I am an undergraduate student at Tufts University pursuing a degree in International Relations and Civic Studies, with a concentration in culture and identity systems. One of my greatest passions is participating in social activism initiatives and finding productive and creative ways to combat pressing issues and work toward positive global change. Through my experience as a researcher, I have been able to explore how various socially-constructed systems of oppression and privilege interlock and affect one another to create concrete patterns that impact people’s lived experiences and shape their worldviews. Every day, I continue to learn more about how to be a productive activist and ally in my community, and I am always open to new experiences and challenges. I absolutely love working with people, and in my life, I hope to have the opportunity to continue learning more about the world and its inhabitants.

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