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Unfortunately, I will be leaving Hollaback! Boston to work on a lot of new things in my life – graduating from college, moving to Detroit, and working full time as a high school social studies teacher! While I won’t necessarily be part of a Hollaback! group any longer (I mean, hey, there isn’t one in Detroit, yet…), I am excited to be able to use this opportunity educating youth to ensure that young women and LGBTIQA students understand gender-based violence and that young men know how to be positive bystanders as they mature into adulthood.
I want to thank all of you for being a part of this experience with me, and I want to thank Britni, Kate, Jane, and Devon for helping me learn and grow. This goes without saying, but of course I will continue to read YOUR stories, so make sure to keep ‘em coming!
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