Caitlin Cahill

Caitlin Cahill is an urban and youth studies scholar/environmental psychologist from New York City who is grateful for the community of artists, scholars, neighbors, activists, young people, students, and educators with whom she gets to collaborate, and who are working to create a more humanizing and free world for all of us. Caitlin is an associate professor of urban geography and politics at Pratt Institute. Her research and participatory praxis focus on the everyday intimate experience and struggle against racial capitalism as it concerns gentrification, immigration, education, and state violence. Projects include the Emancipatory Urban Futures project with Iyapo Repository, the Bushwick Action Research Collective, and Growing Up Policed. In Utah, Caitlin co‑founded the Mestizo Arts & Activism Collective.


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