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Carrie Mays

Member, Task Force on Reparations

Carrie Mays is a social justice warrior advocating on the frontlines for social change. For the past 7 years, Carrie Mays has been a youth activist in the city of Boston. Most recently Carrie was one of the youths that helped organize one of the biggest Black Lives Matter protests in Boston for George Floyd. In 2020 she and a group of young people created a youth civic engagement movement where they registered massive amounts of people to vote during the presidential election, during the most rampant times of covid. While she continues to make an impact on the world within and beyond her community, Carrie has also spoken at national conferences and academic institutions throughout the country as a panelist in places such as Washington DC, Virginia, and Chicago - - speaking upon topics addressing racism, youth civic engagement, and system inequalities.

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