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Christian Bracho, assistant professor of teacher education, shares his coming out story at Speak Out Celebrating QPOC, or queer people of color, as part of the Gaypril series of events Monday in Sneaky Park. He said that it is important for QPOC to have opportunities to share their stories because they suffer in invisible ways and are more subject to self-harm and danger. Bracho said that teachers should be agents of social change in the United States and Mexico regarding LGBT issues. / photo by Tyler Evains

Christian Bracho, assistant professor of teacher education, shares his coming out story at Speak Out Celebrating QPOC, or queer people of color, as part of the Gaypril series of events Monday in Sneaky Park. He said that it is important for QPOC to have opportunities to share their stories because they suffer in invisible ways and are more subject to self-harm and danger. Bracho said that teachers should be agents of social change in the United States and Mexico regarding LGBT issues. / photo by Tyler Evains

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