BIPoC women hold the power to change the faults of the world –– and they have.
"Native women were raised to be strong women. If I can do it, anyone can.”
“It emphasized … to me that any kind of violence just thrives when silent."
Chu is said to be the first physician to identify COVID-19 in the United States.
Fonseca continues to support and care for undocumented students on campus; she’s been doing so for almost 20 years now.
“I just became in love with this idea of disability not as a deficit, but as part of someone’s identity, and something that can actually enhance someone’s life in many ways."
"I'm going to create something that is actually going to help our [international] students feel at home.”
Ndamele has successfully utilized the community-centered and collective concept of mutual aid to bridge gaps in our community.
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