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Self-censorship in tech and social change

Zara Rahman

D&S fellow Zara Rahman discusses her thoughts on self-censorship in the field of social change.

Call me naive, but I hope that my future professional life will be enhanced, rather than damaged, by my principles. But I know that isn’t true for many people – which is why I wanted to write this.

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