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I came across this poem and felt it so deeply, I couldn’t help but share it. Sorry! An apology from Muslims (or those perceived to be Muslims) to humanity We areContinue reading “Apology”
Check out this fantastic illustration highlighting the work of twelve trans activists who are changing the world, day by day. Click here to see the whole thing!
Hearing privilege is a real thing. Most people are at least marginally aware of the Deaf community, and the proliferation of ASL in high schools and colleges has helped shedContinue reading “Deaf Discrimination”