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Lost but not forgotten:
The Atlanta Daily World kept the Strickland women alive

Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project at Northeastern University School of Law

  • Curating the first investigative report documenting the murder of two Black women by police in Georgia during 1932

  • Developing a restorative justice strategy alongside family members, attorneys, and the Black press including a memorial event for the 90th anniversary of the tragedy

  • Presented a research-in-progress at the 2022 Joint Journalism and Communications History Conference (virtual) and the American Journalism History Association Conference (Memphis, TN)

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A real-life To Kill a Mockingbird

Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project at Northeastern University School of Law

  • Developed a posthumous pardon strategy for Willie McGee who was was executed for the alleged rape of a white woman in 1951

  • Combed through hundreds of pages of records across sources to create a comprehensive timeline of events in the McGee case

  • Successfully submitted a FOIA request to the FBI to obtain Willie McGee's records

Willie McGee

Let's Tok about voter suppression

The Emancipator

  • Produced, wrote, and starred in videos on voter suppression for Instagram and TikTok

  • Recruited influencers to create video campaigns

  • Created visual assets in Adobe and Canva

  • Coded a website using HTML and CSS

Poster for The Emancipator

Creating a one-stop-shop against evictions in Boston

Boston Housing Support Station at NuLawLab

  • ​Reimagined the client intake process for tenants needing rental relief during COVID-19

  • Led a social media campaign to recruit English and Spanish speaking volunteers to support tenants with rental relief applications

  • Developed volunteer training materials on the intake process

Eviction Free Zone Boston

Oregon's first poetry slam inside a youth correctional facility

Verbal Escape Poetry Project at

MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility

  • Launched a year-long poetry slam curriculum

  • Recruited nationally-renowned poets as workshop facilitators and mentors

  • Amplified youth voice during Oregon's first on-site poetry slam co-hosted by KBOO 90.7FM and Portland Poetry Slam

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Mapping resources for public defense clients

Metropolitan Public Defender

  • Developed an internal database for attorneys to provide wraparound support to clients

  • Worked alongside attorneys, legal assistants, and investigators to identify gaps in client services

  • Created partnerships with over 20 community agencies

Multnomah County Courthouse (Portland, OR)
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