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I AM: a Gamer

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I AM: An Ex-Offender

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Quote: James Baldwin

“Words like freedom, justice, democracy are not common concepts; on the contrary, they are rare. People are not born knowing what these are. It takes enormous and, above all, individual effort to arrive at the […]

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I Look Forward to the Day…

Participants of a Safe Places workshop at Salisbury University, designed to help people reduce the often hostile workplace environments in which LBGTQ navigate their daily lives, were asked to reflect on what they had learned […]

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Beauty in Strength

I’ve always been different. Yeah, what a stereotype in its self: everyone thinks that they’re that one purple flower in a field of yellow. And of course, they’re right! Every person is their own person. […]

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Darwin Jesus Fish

The images of the Jesus fish and the Darwin creature fish have always bothered me.  Science and religion can peacefully co-exist. In fact, much of what science has discovered in the past few centuries is […]

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Youth Voice

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Disabled Veterans Need More Support

I believe many disabled veterans are abused despite their dedication to “protect” their nation.  They struggle daily to survive just to eat and get gas money because of the injuries they received while in battle.  […]

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Ignorance Feeds Stereotypes

 

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I Am: Short

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Stereotypes Abroad

I am an American, does that make me rich? While in Europe for our college’s soccer team trip, we were consistently asked for money. On the beach or on popular streets, workers targeted our group […]

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Ignoring What We Don’t Understand Hurts Us All

Participants of a Safe Places workshop at Salisbury University, designed to help people reduce the often hostile workplace environments in which LBGTQ navigate their daily lives, were asked to reflect on what they had learned […]

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How do you usually respond when someone tells a racist or sexist joke?

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