Garrett Wright is a Senior at Indiana University majoring in Law and Public Policy and minoring in International Relations and Philosophy. Garrett has served in multiple roles on IU’s campus including Speaker of the House for the university’s student congress, president of his residence hall student government, and as a member of several other organizations such as Public Sector Consulting at IU and the Civic Leaders Center living/learning community. He has also completed an undergraduate thesis entitled “Popular Domination: How Authoritarian Regimes Maintain Public Trust” with his participation in the O’Neill Honor Program. Garrett’s interest in Africa lies in providing a real-world contribution to the reduction of armed conflict and organized violence that stems from political, economic, and cultural instability. As an intern for the Africa Faith and Justice Network, Garrett strives to play a small role in improving the lives of those who are most vulnerable to marginalization and oppression.
- Press Statement: Organizations Tell Congress to Support the Amended ENABLERS Act
- Press Release: The Africa Faith and Justice Network Urges Frank Discussions Ahead of Secretary Blinken’s Visit to the Democratic Republic of the Congo
- Coalition Letters to Congressional Leadership – Support ENABLERS Act
- AFJN Letter to US Secretary of State for Lasting Peace in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
- A Campaign Against Drug Abuse, Human Trafficking, and Early Marriage in Jos, Nigeria
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