Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Are We Bad People For Caring More For Our Own?

And how we move past that.

Photo by Sebastián León Prado on Unsplash

“Why does she only care about my students? Why doesn’t she care about the rest of the people living in Baltimore?” my student asked.

A week ago, I taught my students an article from a fellow Baltimore City teacher titled “A teacher’s reality in Baltimore: murdered students.” In the article, Shannon Furdak, a…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Ryan Fan

Ryan Fan

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