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Jackson Hotaling has short brown hair and is wearing a light brown shirt. He smiles into the camera.
Becca Newton
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Jackson Hotaling works in Columbia for a non-profit focusing on equitable access to transportation and spoke with the Missouri on Mic team at the State Historical Society’s Bicentennial event in August.He spent a year living in China before the COVID-19 pandemic and spoke about the differences between his experience abroad and his life in Missouri.
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