Time for another class exercise with six-word stories to reflect on diversity and identity. Understanding. Curious. Passionate. Believer. Loving. Brazilian.
A Fall 2019 cohort of students in Elementary Education, with an Early Childhood Concentration, completed their last course, EC 3330.
By Adina Schneeweis When did you realize your race? It is not terribly difficult to think about moments when we
By Hadeel Al-Daoud My name is Candace Campbell. I am a recent Communication Master of Arts graduate. I work on
Kierra McQueen interviewed Oakland University senior Taylor Elam about her thoughts on her identity and place in society. Prompted by
By Eileen LeValley Jada Martin is a full-time student at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. Jada has been living on
Kai Wilson is a senior majoring in Accounting at Oakland University. She expressed that being a minority isn’t necessarily something
Katie Willman and Majd Swidan interviewed David Decker about the loss of his mother and the resilience that has led
Autumn Boucher interviewed Bianca Bryant about her family, being a first-generation student, loss, and new life. I grew up in
Undergraduate nursing students reflect on diversity in six words. Brown skin boy. White family. Loved. Girls compete. Women uplift one