I spent the first week and a half of my fellowship in researcher training, where I was warned by colleagues of the occasionally graphic nature of work at Human Rights Watch, and how important self-care would be to a healthy work-life balance. I’ve always been drawn to intense issues—my first college papers and research assistant … Continue reading Reflections from Inside the Bubble
Gardner Fellow Salil Dudani’s (Stanford ’16) powerful and personal TEDx talk: debtors’ prisons are alive and well across the country, as local governments jail people who are too poor to pay their fines and court fees. Meanwhile, half a million Americans are in jail cells only because they cannot afford to post bail. Salil tells … Continue reading TEDx: Why do we jail people for being poor?