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Canyon Woodward

Canyon Woodward, a native of the Appalachian Mountain region of North Carolina, is a political organizer and graduate of Harvard College ’15. Canyon was co-coordinator of Divest Harvard, Regional Field Director for Bernie Sanders 2016, Field Director for Jane Hipps for NC Senate, Vice-Chair of the NC District 11 Democrats, and Campaign Manager for Chloe Maxmin for Maine House. He is also an outdoor educator, avid trail runner, and artist. Canyon writes about politics and climate justice. @canyonwoodward

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