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Affordable Art Exhibits in the Bay Area

You’ve been working hard so far this semester and you deserve a break. One way to treat yourself is to visit one of the many museums in the Bay Area. It’s very common for there to be offers of free admission once a month and various discounts for students and groups of people. Sites like […]

Must-read books by Black authors

There exists a problematic trend of only talking about Black history during Black History Month (the shortest month of the year) instead of throughout the entire year. Still, I want to take the time to highlight authors speaking about their histories and experiences. For the most part, these authors speak to lives in the U.S., […]

The toils of U.S. education: The cycle of censorship

My name is Quinn and I’m pretty upset. To provide some important context, I am a 22-year-old, white non-binary person who is currently enrolled in a social justice-oriented teacher credentialing program for an art credential. I have grown up with education through the eyes of a student and as a child of an educator. My […]

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