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When I first came to Citizens Project as an intern in the summer of 2012, I didn’t know much about Colorado Springs, its political climate, or its population as a whole. All I knew about Colorado Springs was the narrative that had been fed to me about the city when I came here for college.
Most cultures, ranging from ethnic to geographic to professional specialty, adopt a particular vernacular to describe the world around them. That specialized vernacular appears in the form of acronyms, jargon, and hollow, reverberating axioms that are utterly devoid of meaning outside of the shared cultural understanding.
MSW Intern, Meghan Devall, recently attended the Educating Children of Color Summit. Her feelings about the summit are definitely worth the read.