Identity/Mental Health

https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/wdl9lmd5b8.jsonp Dr. Anu Taranath brings both passion and expertise to her work as a speaker, facilitator and educator. A professor at the University of Washington for the past 18-years, she teaches about global issues, race, gender, identity, and equity. A four-time member of Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau, she has also received the Seattle Weekly’s “Best of Seattle” recognition, the UW’s Distinguished

Emotion Literacy Advocates, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, was founded in January 2001, and is comprised of passionate people, with backgrounds ranging from publishing, education, science, human services, information technology, and, of course, the arts. For more than 20 years, Pamela Sackett, Emotion Literacy Advocates' founder, has been using language arts, theater and music to help a wide age-range of individuals

https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/bc2x4ittwu.jsonp Jing Jing Wang is a queer intersectional feminist and a senior at Redmond High School. They are passionate about the intersections between art, activism, identity, and mental health. They spend their time creating art (visual, choreography, theater, directing, poetry, etc.), writing, getting involved with their community, and loving a lots of things very deeply. They have been published in The

https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/rrd53jivcr.jsonp Ana Chen is a student at Interlake High School in Bellevue, Washington. As a dancer and writer, she is passionate about the intersection between art and activism. Inspired by her identity as a Chinese-American, Ana is working on a novel about womanhood during the Warring States Period in ancient China. She uses both her dancing and writing to reflect and

https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/3plufx9772.jsonp Katie Anderson is a student at Inglemoor High School in Kenmore, Washington. She is passionate about fashion, business, and social media. Constantly redefining the purpose and process of leadership is important to her as she serves as a Nordstrom fashion ambassador and student leader for her school's ASB and DECA organizations. She strives to connect with others through business, specifically

https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/45rrjgpf45.jsonp Michele Tang and Muhan Zhang are students at Interlake High School in Bellevue, Washington. They founded their school's Girl Up club (Instagram: @interlakegirlup) to raise awareness for the feminism movement and advocate for female empowerment. Despite the stigma associating feminism with supposedly bossy, loud women, Michele and Muhan worked through the difficulties and invested themselves in this club by focusing

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