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My truth is me, taking me seriously.
Benjamin – FLushing, NY
Being true to myself means being both silly and caring.
Hanging out with Chicanos put a lot of my insecurities to rest.
I grew up in a world with Jews, African Heritage folks, and Latinos.
My truth is love.
Laura Quiros – Montclair NJ
Being true to myself means being both authentic and vulerable.
Hanging out with people who also played sports put a lot of my insecurities to rest.
5th grade is the earliest memory I have of feeling different.
I grew up in a world with opportunity, racism, and competition.
I grew up in a world with dogs, cats, and fish.
My truth is change is possible.
Deborah – Philadelphia