Immigrant Experiences and the Role of Gender Identity in Society

Sunday, April 3, 2022 - 2:00pm

A panel discussion with LOSD students as they discuss themes relevant to How Much of These Hills Is Gold: the immigrant experience, gender identity and what it means to belong.

Pre-registration required; Join with Zoom; 2 pm

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Panelists

Aries Bacher
Lake Oswego High School
10th Grade

My lucky numbers are 4 and 16, and I usually count everything in fours
 
Sam Bohn
Lake Oswego High School
10th Grade
I’ve moved 15 times in my lifetime— maybe that says something about how hard it is for me to sit still
 
Christine Buchanan
Lakeridge High School
10th Grade
My greatest fear is of the zombie apocalypse.  When I was little I used to wonder how long it would take zombies to get from the cemetery to my house, meanwhile somehow convincing myself they couldn’t be out past 3am
 
Aria Hoch
Lake Oswego High School
10th Grade
I’ve never broken a bone probably because I was forced to drink milk with every meal as a kid
 
Cephas Chen
Lake Oswego High School
11th Grade
My life reached its peak when I learned that taco cat is spelled the same backwards
 
Sevens Baertsch Kovalchick
Lakeridge High School
10th grade
"I need progressivism because I intend on marrying rich and I can't do that if my husband and I are earning 70 cents for every dollar a straight man makes" 
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