One change we’ve made is in how we talk about racism—or that we talk about it at all. The first time “racism” appeared in one of our blog posts was 2014.
The words we use matter, both in ensuring understanding and in building support for the issues. Read more about how we're choosing our words carefully.
In the 1700s, enslaved people were taken in and protected by the indigenous people in the area, which began the merging of black and Native culture.
A school counselor once told me, “Why don’t you look at community colleges? They’re more affordable.” Immediately my education dreams were crushed.
The first time I saw someone that looked like me on TV was the Yellow Power Ranger. Without a doubt, there’s a problem of representation in the media.
When I was uninsured and living in rural Colorado, I relied on Planned Parenthood for affordable, quality, non-judgmental reproductive health care.