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Sendy Guerrier is a Ph.D. student in Urban Studies. She received her B.A in Political Science from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, and her Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Delaware. Her areas of interest include migration, urban labor markets, inequality, black feminist thought, intersectionality, feminist geography, discourse analysis, the long-term care and healthcare industries. Her previous research includes an unpublished piece titled, “Covering Chaos: Representations of Haiti and Mexico during times of Crisis,” a comparative discourse analysis of U.S. media representations of Haiti in the wake of the 2010 earthquake and Mexico in the wake of the ongoing “drug wars.”  Before enrolling at Temple, she held higher education administrator positions at St. John’s University, University of Delaware, and with a summer voyage of Semester at Sea.