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Elizabeth L. Drake is a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College, where she earned her B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Arabic Area Studies. During her undergraduate career, she studied abroad in Amman, Jordan for an intensive Arabic Language Program as well as Havana, Cuba for a research trip focused on politics and culture. Elizabeth currently lives in Chicago, Illinois where she is doing a year of service as a Dominican Volunteer working at Catholic Charities-Chicago in the Refugee Resettlement Program. Elizabeth will start her 1st year at Washington & Lee University School of Law in Fall 2018. Jamie C. Davidow is a recent graduate of Franklin & Marshall College, where she majored in Government with a focus on Latin American Politics, as well as Gender Politics. As an undergraduate she studied abroad in Havana, Cuba to research racial discrimination and social justice.
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