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“People, things, and events can seem to come to life in the archive.” This sentiment feels acutely true of Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home, a graphic memoir that attempts to make sense of her father’s life, death, and queerness.
"The Asian American & Pacific Islander experience is paradoxical. It is one of simultaneous action and inaction where survival and silencing pervade existence."
The Women's Caucus takes us on a discussion about imposter syndrome, your voice in the workplace, and more.
Black Caucus chair Kristy Goodwin reflects on a fruitful discussion about purpose.
Thank you to departing chairs Paul McCarty and Holly Halmo.
There can be no hierarchy within these movements to determine which lives are more valuable.
Fostering deeper connections through literature.