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Our first episode of 2021!
We recorded this episode in the last weeks of 2020 – a year that revealed the best and the worst sides of our country.
As we grappled with these 2 dualities, our team wanted to reflect on how we communicate moving forward, and bridge the divides: between accountability and unity, between personal and political ideologies, and between truth, and perceived truth.
Andrea Alvarez Marin is a Master of Public Administration candidate at the Harvard Kennedy School. She also earned a Master of Public Health degree from the Yale School of Public Health in 2014.