Friday, March 1, 2024

Tamara Power-Drutis

Tamara Power-Drutis wrote this article for YES! Magazine. Tamara is the chief of staff at Amplifier, a nonpartisan art machine that flooded the streets with images of hope during the presidential inauguration and Women’s March. With a background in applied research, policy, and community engagement, Tamara is focused on projects related to American identity, voter rights, and women’s rights.



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