By Juanya Powell* Some gifts have more importance than others. Valerie Gilbert has received the best gift of all –
By Sarah Hill A large, majestic house on a 10-acre plot of land in Rochester Hills, Michigan, is where Laura
By Adam Conigliaro In Southeast Michigan, a biracial American man faces discrimination from his extended family for his skin pigmentation.
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By Sarah Gudenau Norunuhar “Noony” Ali is a nursing student in her sophomore year at Oakland University (OU) with an
By Philip Alghazawi In a recent podcast, Evan Elias shares memories of immigrating to the United States when he was
By Emily Gilmer I sat down with fellow classmate and dear friend of mine Allan Bush, whose mother’s side of
Time for another class exercise with six-word stories to reflect on diversity and identity. Understanding. Curious. Passionate. Believer. Loving. Brazilian.
By Paige Webb Allison Webb is a fourth-grade elementary school teacher. She has been teaching for a total of 18
By Michael Gifford Gillian Gifford is currently finishing her senior year of undergraduate studies at Oakland University. She will be