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2021
Bush Fellowship

Rapid City, SD — Patricia Acevedo Fuentes is passionate about equitable community design. She understands that architecture is powerful and permanent but sees that her field often ignores the impact one building can have on an entire community.

2021
Bush Fellowship

Saint Cloud, MN — Kahin Adam is on a mission to decrease barriers to culturally relevant health care and mental health services for immigrants and refugees.

2021
Bush Fellowship

Minneapolis, MN — E.G. Bailey fell in love with film as a young boy when a traveling crew came to his Liberian village and he saw his first movie. Many years later, his own film, New Neighbors, was featured at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

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Bush Fellowship

Saint Paul, MN — John Lee Clark is — quite literally — building a new world.

2021
Bush Fellowship

Maplewood, MN — Antonio Espinosa envisions a correctional system where people come out of it stronger and more resilient than when they entered, supported by a community committed to their success.

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Bush Fellowship

Eden Prairie, MN — Sandra Gabriela Filardo is a passionate advocate for changing the way the judicial system handles non-violent crimes.

2021
Bush Fellowship

Golden Valley, MN — Dr. Rachel Renee Hardeman comes from people who are deeply committed to Black liberation. She was raised to question everything, seek the truth and use it to create change.

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Brooklyn Park, MN — Salma Hussein is a connector, educator, healer and passionate advocate for Somali women and girls.

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St. Louis Park, MN — Guled Ibrahim is an attorney with a big goal: close the justice gap by increasing the number of new Americans in the legal profession.

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Bush Fellowship

Minneapolis, MN — Nathan Caleb Johnson sees a deep need for people of color to have a more equitable role in creating buildings and spaces in their communities.

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Bush Fellowship

Savage, MN — Naomi Ko believes artists can be bold architects of social change. She recognizes the tremendous impact that film and television have on perceptions of people and communities.

2021
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Mission, SD — Wizipan Little Elk (Sicangu Lakota Oyate – Rosebud Sioux Tribe) is at the forefront of reimagining how the Sicangu Lakota create and distribute wealth.