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Student: Brittany Acloque
Title: Racial Disparities In Education

Synopsis: Racial disparities in the education system in areas of funding, treatment of students, and disciplinary action affect black and brown students.

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Student: Mackenzie Blaho
Title: One Brain, One Education

Synopsis: This project is about the lack of funding And cutting of arts in schools. There is a stigma against the arts and in result funding gets cut.

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Student: Owen Bourque
Title: Arms Are For Hugging

Synopsis: Addressing the ever growing issue of gun violence in the United States with research and religion reasoning.

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Student: Rebecca Gozzo
Title: The Stigma On PTSD In Veterans

Synopsis: Veterans may not know they have PTSD and society’s high expectations create a stigma and make it difficult for them to reach out for help.

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Student: Jennifer Hegarty
Title: The Illicit Trafficking Of Human Organs

Synopsis: The Illegal Organ Trafficking trade is a prevalent issue that is occurring globally today.

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Student: Christie Louis
Title: Epitome Of Social & Racial Injustice

Synopsis: A research project about Capital Punishment also known as the death penalty and how it disproportionately affects prominent minority groups.

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Student: Eimear McGowan
Title: The Injustice Of Human Trafficking

Synopsis: Human trafficking is known as modern-day slavery. Traffickers profit from the exploitation and control of others for labor and sex.

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Student: Marikha Mehu
Title: Immigration At Home: What You Do Not Hear

Synopsis: Mexican immigrants and Europeans immigrants aren't being treated equitably even though they are arriving in the US for the same reasons. The root to this injustice is racism.

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Student: Marisha Mehu
Title: Immigration At Home: What We Don't Know

Synopsis: Mexican immigrants and Europeans immigrants aren't being treated equitably even though they are arriving in the US for the same reasons. The root to this injustice is racism.

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Student: Molly O'Connor
Title: Lack Of Healthcare For Women In Prison

Synopsis: The lack of healthcare for women in prison is an overlooked issue in the world today. Throughout the past year, I have studied this topic.

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