Tristan Hunter

Tristan Hunter
From author: "For a long time I had no idea what diversity actually meant or why it should be celebrated. I have learned that diversity goes far beyond the color of someone’s skin or their sexual orientation, it is also a mind thing. It’s possible for a group of people from different backgrounds to share commons opinions. Once I realized this, I decided I would live my life in a way that every person I would ever interact with would feel special, valued, and loved no matter our differences. I celebrate diversity by going above and beyond to let people know that they are valued and that we each play a significant role in society." Tristan is a Junior majoring in Middle Grades Education with a concentration in English and History.
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