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Voices of Northeastern: Ted Landsmark

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09/20/17 - BOSTON, MA. - Ted Landsmark poses for a portrait on Sept. 20, 2017. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University

“We need to recognize that we’re at a point in history where we can make change. And we can make change because people of conscience, young and old, come together to speak truth to power and to battle against the disparities that have existed in our country for not just decades, but really for the entire history of America.”

Hear personal stories from the people who make up the Northeastern community in their own words.

Listen to Ted Landsmark, Distinguished Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, at News@Northeastern.

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