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Mitchell Fellow Tshilidza Ratshitanga, AS20M, (pictured here with Prof. Leland Ware, left) is working with UD alumni in
South Africa to improve and enhance public policy in the country.
Alexandra Davis, AS14, 15M, and Tshilidza Ratshitanga, AS20M, have led very different lives, but the American woman conducting research in South Africa and the South African man pursuing a doctorate at the University of Delaware share at least one thinga passion for social justice. Its a passion that led both to study public policy at UD. And its what administrators recognized by naming them the first two fellows in the Universitys Littleton and Jane Mitchell Fellows Program for Civil Rights and Social Justice.
Read the full story online in the UD Messenger here or view the pdf excerpt here.
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