Annie Moua

Guest Blogger

Student

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Annie Moua is a senior at Patrick Henry High School and youth organizer at the Coalition of Asian American Leaders. She’s an advocate and youth leader with Becoming Organizers, Becoming Advocates (BOBA). Annie believes that youth voices matter not only because they are the future, but also because youth are the present and their voices belong at the table.

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Posted May 11, 2020

This Student’s Story Shows Why Distance Learning Can’t Always Come First

Before we get started, I want you to really take a moment and imagine how it feels to walk in…

By Annie Moua

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Posted Sep. 9, 2021

I Hope My Black Students Will Become Educators Too

This is the note. This is the note. Mr. Walters, my middle school choir teacher, took his love of music and teaching music seriously. He…

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