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Caitlin Cahill

Caitlin Cahill is an Assistant Professor of Urban Geography and Politics at Pratt Institute. A community-based urban studies and youth studies scholar, for over 10 years Caitlin has conducted participatory action research projects with young people in cities across the US investigating the everyday intimate experiences of global urban restructuring, specifically as it concerns gentrification, immigration, education, and discriminatory policing. Caitlin is currently working on a project with the Public Science Project and Make the Road NY focused on zero-tolerance policies in schools. In Salt Lake City, Utah, Caitlin co-founded the Mestizo Arts & Activism Collective, an intergenerational social justice think tank that engages young people as catalysts of change in a model integrating community-based collective research, arts and activism.


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