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Five Ways Cis Folks Have Supported Me as a Genderqueer Person

Coming out and living out as genderqueer can be frustrating, anxiety-inducing, and painful at times. But in my journey, I have experienced amazing support from my cis friends, family members, and coworkers. 1,278 more words

What Does Jewelry Design Have To Do With Cultural Appropriation?

I never thought that two very different parts of my life would have reason to come together on this blog, but equity really is a factor in every part of our lives, including jewelry design!   670 more words

Support for #LGBTQ and #DigitalIdentity

Yesterday I decided to do an in depth Google search on my name.  As a pre-service teacher it is important to make sure to keep up a positive and appropriate digital identity. 572 more words


How to Uncompromisingly Challenge Privilege, Discrimination and Domination

“When we dare to speak in a liberatory voice, we threaten even those who may initially claim to want our words. In the act of overcoming our fear of speech, of being seen as threatening, in the process of learning to speak as subjects, we participate in the global struggle to end domination. 2,207 more words

Everyday Blackness


(noun) a special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group of people.

To Millennials, privilege is a bad word. 1,252 more words

Dictionary Of The Millenials

JOUR 4250 Race, Gender and the Media Blog #2: White Privilege

This past week in my Race, Gender and the Media class, we discussed a few interesting topics related to race.  The first thing we talked about was the song… 356 more words