Category Archives: Social Responsibility

Cynthia Lucero’s Mom Interview Part I and II – English Version

These entry was originally posted in Spanish in two parts. Part I We thank Alex and Marta, Cynthia’s relatives, for making this interview possible and providing an opportunity so that more people we can learn from the great message that … Continue reading

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Cynthia Lucero’s Mom Interview Part II

Continuando la entrevista de la madre de Cynthia, Marta me comentó que cuando Cynthia estudiaba, ella nunca se olvidaba de sus compañeros. Cada año, Cynthia mandaba a su madre distintas cosas para que su madre las repartiera a sus amigos. … Continue reading

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Cynthia Lucero’s Mom Interview Part I

Last October, I had the opportunity of speaking with an amazing woman, Marta, who is Cynthia Lucero’s mom about her life, their non-profit organization and the message that Cynthia Lucero carried out to others through her life. It is through … Continue reading

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“It Gets Better”

With all of the tragic events currently taking place with queer-identified children/teens/young adults, I wanted to share this powerful “It Gets Better” speech by Councilman Joel Burns.  As a future clinician, you may be working with the LGBT population.  At … Continue reading

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Gay Straight Alliance

This fall, MSPP started an LGBTQ interest group for students, faculty, and staff.  The group is currently being called the Gay Straight Alliance.  I interviewed the group’s two faculty co-chairs, Dr. Jessica Stahl and Dr. Sara Orozco, in order to … Continue reading

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