Our blog is a platform to amplify the lived experiences of our members. Have a story to share? Want to have your voice heard?
Submit your blog post draft for a chance to get published and share your perspectives with the community! The topic can just be about something small, even a compliment on your English, as seen in the blog post below.
Articles should be focused on systemic injustices relevant to the CSD field and consider ways the CSD community can take action to mitigate the effects of the issue you’ve identified. We are happy to help you develop your idea into a full blog post or accept completed works. Please limit your submission to 1000 words or less.
Email D&I officer Ray Chen at firstname.lastname@example.org with “LGBTQ+ CSDSA Blog Submission” as the subject. In the body paragraph of your email, provide 1) a brief—100 words or less—summary of your submission 2) your biography—also 100 words or less 3) a photo of you (optional).
“Wow.” “Wow. So if you started from high school, that means you’ve only known English for how many years?” I heard only the sound of our blinks. Professor snickered, “It’s not a trick question, I promise. Math’s just not my strong suit.” I mapped. The flanks of my tongue would shove forward, crouch and curl … Continue reading Please Stop “Complimenting” Me on My English