“I am dedicated to using artists of color and queer artists as examples whenever possible. It is so important that all students see themselves in the art field and art history, so that they can know that their artistic inclinations are valid and needed.”
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“I want my students to be comfortable in sharing their thoughts and ideas around their own race and identity without feeling disparaged or compromised by other adults or peers.”
“My grandfather inspired me to pursue a career in education. He taught me the power that education has to change lives.”
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TransActive Gender Project continues to develop and deliver gender diversity focused services to children, youth, families, businesses, and communities amidst the pandemic. Learn more about what we have been doing to help facilitate that vision.
The 10 training modules designed for problem gambling counselors and supervisors, as well as other mental health professionals, who want to learn more about including family members and important others in problem gambling treatment.