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Rosa Herrera knows how difficult the battle with COVID-19 can be. Two of her daughters were really sick with COVID-19 in October 2020 and were hospitalized during their infections. Herrera herself got sick, too, but had a mild case. “It was really scary. I couldn’t see them and since both of them were hospitalized at ...
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Kathryn Karam isn’t afraid to speak out against racism and discrimination. She thinks that everyone should address their…Overcoming Harmful Biases
Nancy Willard knows that the way educators are taught to handle bullying isn’t working, especially when it comes to cybe…Overcoming Harmful Biases
Kendra Gage starts off all her new classes addressing one obvious fact: she’s white. That’s because Gage is a professor…Overcoming Harmful Biases
Immigration is difficult and often traumatic. People who immigrate to the U.S. often face a dangerous journey only to be…Embracing Immigrants, Mental Health
Wendy Mateo-Pascual is passionate about helping Latino immigrants. She understands how difficult it is to move to a new…Increasing Civic Engagement
Since childhood, Christina Duarte has wanted to help people. Helping people is why she became chief of health education…Healthcare Access
Since James Rojas was child, he has been fascinated with urban spaces like streets, sidewalks, plazas, storefronts, yard…Green & Active Spaces, Transportation & Mobility
To his students, he’s Mr. Rodríguez. To his fans, he’s the creator and author of the comic book and graphic novel series…Embracing Immigrants, Overcoming Harmful Biases
You probably haven’t heard of Jennifer Morris. She’s an English Language Learner teacher at Mary McLeod Bethune Elementa…Embracing Immigrants