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A Socially Just Writing Center: Differences are Beautiful, Not “Wrong”

Many writing centers laud themselves for being rebellious, going against the norm, and supporting social justice. Writing centers do this in many different ways, some of which are not entirely possible for every writing center. As we all know, all … Continue reading

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Silence and Expression Through Language

Silence is a fortress, a means of defense, a retreat from the confusing world of multiculturalism. In Min-zhan Lu’s article “From Silence to Words: Writing as Struggle,” she explains the consequences of living between two different worlds. She spoke English … Continue reading

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