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Our program centers students' identities and lived experiences, helping you create space for students to explore complex ideas about self, society, and human behavior.

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All Community Read

We have selected Judith Heumann’s memoir, Being Heumann: An Unrepentant Memoir of a Disability Rights Activist, and its companion young adult adaptation, Rolling Warrior, as the texts for our All Community Read. Throughout the year, we will be hosting events and sharing resources that will support educators as they bring Heumann’s story into their classrooms.

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— Participant in Coming of Age in a Complex World Seminar
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