Summer Engagement: Film / Politics / Law
Anusha Natarajan is currently a sophomore at Arizona State University’s honor’s college, majoring in sociology and history with minors in Justice Studies and. School of Civic Economic Thought and Leadership. Passionate for law, Anusha currently serves as a. research aide for the Arizona Constitution Project by transcribing minutes for the public to learn more.
Coming to college, Anusha has been passionate about improving civic and cultural education. She continues her passions through her work outside of school by writing for ASU’s student run newspaper The State Press. An ardent supporter for voter and civic education, Anusha works for Changemaker Central as the civic engagement chair as well as serving as a fellow for the Andrew Goodman Foundation and Director of. Advocacy for the Barrett Honors College Council to further efforts of voter education.
In the future, She wants to practice and teach human rights and constitutional law with the hopes of serving in the International Criminal Court or ambassador.
The His-Her Story of America
These sessions focus on the history of interracial relationships nationally and globally. It focuses on the evolution of relationships between different races and how that has an impact on identity through the analysis of popular media and legal cases.