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Audrey Berdahl-Baldwin


Audrey Berdahl-Baldwin, from St. Paul, Minnesota, studies how incarceration shapes inequality. She has tracked the development of the US carceral state as a history major at Princeton University, with certificates in African American studies, American studies, and urban Studies. This past year, Audrey focused on criminal justice in the UK as a History MA student at the University of Manchester through the support of the Marshall Scholarship. In addition to her academic studies, Audrey has taught math at Breakthrough Twin Cities, analysed for-profit imprisonment at the Drug Policy Alliance, and focused on housing policies at the Poverty and Race Research Action Council. In her free time, Audrey enjoys singing in choir, painting with watercolours, and practicing yoga.