Aisha Bhoori '18 is Associate Books and Arts Editor of the Harvard Political Review. She is interested in harnessing literary criticism and political theory to promote social justice. On campus, she promotes awareness of intersectional feminism as a Board member of Harvard’s International Women’s Rights Collective, performs spoken word poetry with Speak Out Loud, and upholds progressive ideals through the Harvard College Democrats. Her second home is the Institute of Politics at the John F. Kennedy School of Government where she combats paternalistic activism in the Community Action Committee, debates in Harvard Political Union, and examines Massachusetts turnaround school models in the Education Policy Group. In her free time, Aisha contributes to Her Campus Harvard and Harvard’s Journal for Public Interest. Her pieces have been featured in the Axis of Logic, Azizah: The Voice for Muslim Women, The Copperfield Review, Dog Eat Crow Magazine, Eunoia Review, the Middletown Patch, SuhaibWebb.com, Three Line Poetry, and United 4 Social Change. You can contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.