NOBLE ARCHIVES Category: Equity at Noble

The Part of Me They Don’t See

How does it feel to have an invisible disability? To many, I live a perfect life. I have a wonderful family, a supportive boyfriend, and my caring pets. However, underneath all of that, my disability is a major part of my identity, and I feel like it deeply explains me and my life. No one can see what is “wrong” with me* – they only see the parts of me that are considered “normal” in our world. However, I want to share the other part of me – part of me that our world often ignores.

Meet Chicago Bulls College Prep’s Founding Debate Coach

“I think knowledge is cool. I think learning new things is cool.”

Haiyen Truong, an AP U.S. History teacher and debate team coach at Chicago Bulls College Prep, lives by these words. We got a chance to sit down with her, […]

Pride+Ally Club at ITW David Speer Academy Creates A Safe Space for ALL

“A student confided with me that they were gay but were afraid to come out for fear that their parents wouldn’t accept them. They trusted me because they knew I was one of the leaders of the Pride+Ally club and […]

June 26th, 2023|Categories: 2023, Campus Life, ITW David Speer Academy, Pride Month, Staff, Students|
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