Hunger Games — RACE and other social categories in public policy and beyond

Hello everyone! I’d like to share with you a new blog!

Part of my activities for this summer is working with a very talented and hard working group of students, which chose to spend their time doing a summer internship at the university with me. We are learning about race, ethnicity, social mobility and US immigration policy. This blog will showcase their work during this month. Please check it out, as we will post cool updates frequently!

Hungry for Justice: A Reflection of Society Authors: Snigdha Maddula, Claudia Lin, Taylor Miller, and Rachel Gwon Photo Courtesy Of: IMDb Setting the Scene Written by author Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games is a story targeted towards mainly adolescents featuring Katniss Everdeen, a young, courageous figure who volunteers to enter in the annual Hunger Games, […]

Hunger Games — RACE and other social categories in public policy and beyond

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