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The Filipino American Woman Project - Jen Amos EPISODE 9, 14th August 2020
064: "Identity, in general, is consistently changing." Art, education and community organizing with Rebecca Maria Goldschmidt
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064: "Identity, in general, is consistently changing." Art, education and community organizing with Rebecca Maria Goldschmidt

Artist, educator, community organizer, & lifelong learner Rebecca Maria Goldschmidt shares how she's adapting to her post-grad life during a pandemic, her ever-evolving identity, and her grandma's lesson to "don't settle."

Connect with Rebecca on Instagram @bigbigbigthings or visit http://www.rrrebecca.com/

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