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Reflecting on Five Decades: The Evolution of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month

by Melissa Gomez As the United States approaches nearly half a century this May since the establishment of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, it’s essential to reflect on its evolution and significance. What initially began as a week-long observance in May has transformed into a month-long celebration across the nation, encompassing […]

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5 Takeaways I Learned as a 30-Year-Old Executor and Trustee 

Written By Kasha Orozco  Losing a loved one is never easy. I was raised by my grandmother, a saint in so many aspects. One of the downsides to being raised by a grandparent though, is you can expect to lose the person you’ve known as a primary caregiver younger than your peers. While most of

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The 100th Day of School: What Are We Teaching Our Children?

By Shannon Miller  Every February, we tend to see “100th Day of School” content appear on social media where many children are dressed up as older adults. Many people comment and like the posts with innocent intent because, after all, the children are adorable, right? However, as a licensed social worker who works with older

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