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May Lin

May Lin

Dr. May Lin is a postdoctoral fellow for the Social Movement Support Lab at the University of Denver's Interdisciplinary Research Institute for the Study of (in)Equality. She received her PhD in Sociology, with a Certificate in Public Policy, from the University of Southern California. She has provided research and other support for youth organizing groups including Californians for Justice, and has been a part of movements for housing, food, media, and/or racial justice. 

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Californians for Justice youths at the beach and playing in the water. It is a rare experience for many to just be able to relax since many are juggling multiple responsibilities created by social and economic systems. | Californians for Justice
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Building Youth Power Through Healing: How Healing is Critical to Youth Organizing

Youth organizations are not just protesting or mobilizing; they are increasingly and consciously working self-care and healing as a form of political resistance.
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