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Cuomo served as research fellow, the position Porell previously held, during the spring of 2013, and contributed to the fine-tuning of the book – expanding the text, finding images and working with the graphic designer.
“We have a hard working, passionate team behind this project, one that understands that this is for the people, not us, and that right there is rare to find,” Cuomo said.
CANVAS will launch its campaign for “Making Oppression Backfire” next Tuesday, Oct. 1, with a fundraising initiative to raise money for translations of the manual and other accompanying technological resources.
“The CANVAS team is hoping to expand this work to a digital platform. Apps like I’m Getting Arrested and Legal Observer have been met with positive feedback,” said Loya, who is currently on co-op with CANVAS. “Similarly, a mobile app would further promote the mission of making knowledge of the topic user-friendlier.”
While Porell will not be in Serbia to experience firsthand the fruits of her labors, her efforts are being applauded both at the CANVAS headquarters in Belgrade as well as here in Boston.
“It’s exciting to see a student write a manual like this because it’s so far beyond what other students at other universities are doing,” Professor Horn said.
Horn went on to commend the opportunities allowed to Northeastern students in the realm of international co-ops, especially those organized by NU’s Center for International Affairs and World Cultures.
“It allows students to see themselves as capable of affecting change around the world,” Horn said.