Learning diverse histories means that everyone’s stories are told, and represented. This would combat bias, and misinformation making for a more peaceful and educated society. I personally would love to see more AAPI representation in modern curriculum. I also wanted to raise awareness around the issues facing AAPI and learn my communities stories. I would also like my brother and also younger students to learn more about our histories too. My brother is in the center of my painting surrounded by leaders of color who I hope he will learn about. Overall, I want to learn more diverse histories because the stories taught need to represent our diverse America as a whole.
Diversity to me means being different. It means knowing and embracing who you are inside and out. When I think of diversity, I think of all the different faces I see every day and how everyone is different but similar.
This is a superhero with down syndrome It is representing down syndrome awareness.
Diversity means favorite things to do and the many things I like.
Diversity means that people from all different parts of the world come together to learn from each other. We can learn from all our different cultures, backgrounds, tools and religions too. This is what the world should be. And people should be welcoming to others.