'Irrepressible Soul' exhibition reinstates art as universal language
Viewing art is often considered a deeply intimate and individualized experience. But Iyana Hill, creator and co-curator of the "Irrepressible Soul" art exhibition, has a more collaborative philosophy — especially when it comes to highlighting the Black experience: “It takes a village.”
Ohio’s Asian American leaders call for multiracial solidarity with new social studies legislation
As a young girl growing up in a suburb of Columbus, Ohio, Arianna Kelawala didn't feel her story was being told in the classroom. Kelawala, a second-year in political science and women’s, gender and sexuality studies, whose family immigrated to the United States from India in 1997, is driven to promote the inclusion of Asian American and Pacific Islander history and perspectives in Ohio's K-12 public school education by organizing through the Educating for Ohio’s Future campaign.