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Transgender People Are Us: Planting A Seed For Unconditional Acceptance And Inclusiveness

There are individuals across the nation and around the world who, at some point in their lives, innately come to a striking realization: an acknowledgement of physically being a male or female while inwardly acting and functioning as the contrary gender. Although any member of the LGBTQ+ community is vulnerable to discrimination and violence, research … Continue reading

This Land is a Land of Color: Why I’m Seeking Immigrant Representation in the United States History Curriculum

Courtesy of L’Chaim Magazine For the past couple of months, I’ve been working with POC Online Classroom to curate a steady collection of educational resources on Asian American identity and social history. POC Online Classroom, first founded in the November after the 2016 election, was created in order to assist both people of color and … Continue reading