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Policing Identity Politics in Trump's America: Briahna Joy Gray at The Harvard Law Forum

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Briahna Joy Gray is a leading Millennial writer on identity politics, racial justice and economic power. She is a contributing editor at Current Affairs and has been featured in New York Magazine, Rolling Stone and The Guardian. She is the co-host of SWOTI (Someone's Wrong on the Internet) podcast, "a podcast from two POCs who enjoy discussing politics, relationships, and pop culture."

On April 10, 2018, she came to Harvard Law to share her views on identity politics, racial and economic justice, and paths forward for progressives in the Trump era.

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