Bridget Todd got her start teaching courses on writing and social change at Howard University. Since then, she’s trained human rights activists in Australia, coordinated digital strategy for organizations like Planned Parenthood, the Women’s March, and MSNBC, and ran a training program for political operatives that the Washington Post called “the Hogwarts of the Democratic Party.” She questioned Obama about LGBTQ policy on MTV and talked about racism on the Daily Show. She explores feminist activism on her podcast Stuff Mom Never Told You. Her work has been covered in outlets like Teen Vogue and Refinery 29 and her writing on race, culture, and social change has appeared at outlets like the Atlantic, the Boston Review, and BuzzFeed. She’s been featured as a speaker at South by Southwest, Harvard University, and the Congressional Latino Caucus.
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