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Charlene Carruthers

Charlene Carruthers

Charlene Carruthers is a New York City based activist and writer. A native of Chicago, she has worked extensively to promote social justice, empowerment and build leadership on local and national levels. Trained in the Saul Alinsky tradition of community organizing, Charlene believes in intentional and inclusive power building. Her passion for working with young leaders to build capacity and leadership has led her to work with and train youth of color and women across the country. She has worked for national progressive organizations including the Center for Community Change, the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under Law and the Women's Media Center and ColorOfChange.org. She has traveled and studied throughout the global south and brings with her a sense of global citizenship. Charlene received her Master of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis, where she focused on urban development and public policy. She is also a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University where she majored in History and International studies. Follow Charlene on twitter at @CharleneCac.

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Charlene Carruthers

Charlene Carruthers

Charlene Carruthers is a New York City based activist and writer. A native of Chicago, she has worked extensively to promote social justice, empowerment and build leadership on local and national levels. Trained in the Saul Alinsky tradition of community organizing, Charlene believes in intentional and inclusive power building. Her passion for working with young leaders to build capacity and leadership has led her to work with and train youth of color and women across the country. She has worked for national progressive organizations including the Center for Community Change, the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under Law and the Women's Media Center and ColorOfChange.org. She has traveled and studied throughout the global south and brings with her a sense of global citizenship. Charlene received her Master of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis, where she focused on urban development and public policy. She is also a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University where she majored in History and International studies. Follow Charlene on twitter at @CharleneCac.

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