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Most sex education in schools is primarily targeted towards heterosexual students, leaving the LGBTQIIA+ population at a disadvantage. According to the UCLA School of Law, 9.5% of the population of youth ages 13-17 in the United States are LGBTQIIA+. These youth and all students deserve access to comprehensive sex education that is inclusive of all…

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In Asheboro, North Carolina on June 3, Ever Lopez was denied his high school diploma because he draped a Mexican flag over his gown during his graduation ceremony. As Lopez prepared to shake hands with the principal, he was stopped and told to remove the flag. He didn’t. Lopez stated that he wore the Mexican…

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Hi, I’m Corey, and these are some tips to help beginning fiction writers start world building. I’ve been writing a story for 3 years, so I know these have merit. World-building Create the world BEFORE you create the characters. A very easy way to avoid having the world revolve around your protagonists and feel more…

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I am writing about me as a runner and my experience with running over the years. I know there are others out there that may have a similar experience as me or may become inspired after reading about my story. So let’s just get right into this. Learning The Basics The first time I was…

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Story by Rachel Alexander/VOX Media Cafe May 2021 It was barely 64°F outside, and we were all freezing cold. Everyone was bundled up in sweatshirts and pants, a rare sight for a high school marching band rehearsal. “Alright, I want three laps around the parking lot! No cutting corners!” said our director as the band…

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"The overarching goal that I have is to apply equity, efficiency and accessibility to all divisions of the Secretary of State, including elections. Read on
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