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    • Posted on October 17th, 2019 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      Doing The Work: Stop Making Assumptions

      In case you missed it, International Pronouns Day was this week. Founded by social justice leader Shige Sakurai (they/them), International Pronouns Day, “seeks to make respecting, sharing, and educating about personal pronouns commonplace.” At Peer Health Exchange each day is an opportunity to do the work required to show up for young people. To be sure, we have made many missteps—individually—and ...

    • Posted on February 12th, 2018 by Philister Sidigu

      Surge Oakland Announces Inaugural Fellowship Cohort

        This announcement was originally published on the Surge Institute website. Congratulations to our very own Osayuware (Tina) Enagbare for being selected! The inaugural Oakland Surge Fellowship cohort is a diverse collective of 11 equity-minded emerging African American, Latinx and Asian/Pacific Islander education leaders The Surge Institute officially begins serving Bay Area communities with ...

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