Saturday, August 13, 2022

Monserrat Sepulveda

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Monserrat Sepulveda is a Chilean activist anthropologist based in Chile. She obtained her B.A. in International Studies and Anthropology at Soka University of America, and has conducted research on state and gender violence in Central America. She worked for Todo Mejora Foundation, an Chilean non-profit working to prevent teenage LGBT suicide and bullying, and currently she is conducting research on allies. She can be reached at monsesepulveda@gmail.com.

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