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    Photo: Headshot of Molly Callahan. A white woman with short, curly brown hair, wearing glasses and a blue sweater, smiles and poses in front of a dark grey backdrop.

    Molly Callahan began her career at a small, family-owned newspaper where the newsroom housed computers that used floppy disks. Since then, her work has been picked up by the Associated Press and recognized by the Connecticut chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. In 2016, she moved into a communications role at Northeastern University as part of its News@Northeastern reporting team. When she's not writing, Molly can be found rock climbing, biking around the city, or hanging out with her fiancée, Morgan, and their cat, Junie B. Jones. Profile

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There is 1 comment on The Supreme Court Cases That Could End Affirmative Action

  1. On the podcast Professor Feingold appeared to criticize all of the amici supporting Petitioners in the two affirmative action cases as anti- civil rights, and hostile to voting rights and reproductive freedom . Professor Feingold should have made clear that he was not accusing all of the amici as hostile to voting rights or reproductive freedom. There is no evidence that the National Association of Scholars or the Asian American Legal Foundation have taken any position on those issues.

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