College Fund Scholar Publishes Article about How Labels Can Create Harm

Jul 22, 2019 | Blog, Inside the College Fund, Our Programs

College Fund scholar Justina writes about how labels can harm Native people in Teen Vogue.

College Fund scholar Justina writes about how labels can harm Native people in Teen Vogue.

 

Society often imposes labels on us. We embrace some labels, but many are obstacles. Justina, a College Fund scholar and student ambassador, is part of Diet Coke’s national [unlabeled] campaign. She shares with Teen Vogue how she is taking control of her narrative and speaking out against stereotypes and labels because she they are harmful. Justina also shares her ideas about how you can be an ally to Native American communities. #EducationIsTheAnswer

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