Injustice Watch is excited to welcome these eight talented interns to our team for summer 2020.

Adam Mahoney is a rising senior at Northwestern University. Originally from Los Angeles, he’s reported internationally in Palestine, Uganda and Vietnam, and most recently with the Chicago Reporter. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamLMahoney.

Annabelle Rice is a third-year at the University of Chicago. Originally from Washington, D.C., she plans on attending law school after graduation and specializing in trial law and criminal justice. When she’s not with her Kappa Alpha Theta sisters or running her Model UN committee, she loves to cook, play guitar, draw, and go for long runs on Lake Shore Drive.

Arudi Masinjila is a rising senior at Northwestern University majoring in journalism and double minoring in legal studies and anthropology. She is passionate about social justice, with a particular interest in the rights of women and other gender minorities, and the criminal justice system.

Duncan Agnew is a third-year student at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where he has edited and written for the award-winning student magazine North By Northwestern, and he recently served as a story editor for the university’s live-performed magazine, Lakefill Mag. He loves feature reporting and political investigations, and his work has been published by the Chicago Sun-Times and the Better Government Association. He is an avid fan of D.C. sports (sorry Chicago!) and a geography geek who loves to spend free time looking at the world map hanging in his room.

Ebony Ellis was born in Chicago and raised on the South Side. She wants to focus on highlighting institutional injustices and their impacts on Black and Brown communities. She aspires to use her words to help shift the realities of these communities and to challenge audiences to think in different perspectives all while being fair, empathetic, and inclusive. Her favorite way to learn is simply listening.

Olivia Louthen is a junior at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, where she is double majoring in Economics and Public Policy and Law. She is passionate about managing the Trinity Mock Trial team and serving the surrounding Hartford community. Olivia grew up right outside of Chicago and is excited to return to the city to intern at Injustice Watch. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Kodi, being active, traveling, and playing piano. After graduation, she hopes to attend law school to pursue a career as a criminal defense attorney

Steve Garrison has covered crime and courts for newspapers in Wisconsin, New Mexico and Indiana. He currently works as a research assistant at Investigative Reporters and Editors while pursuing his master’s degree at the Missouri School of Journalism.

Yi Ning Wong received a bachelor’s degree in screenwriting and political science from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree at the University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy, where she is the publisher for University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts (UC3P)