This summer will mark our fourth annual summer web development workshop “How to Look Cool Online”, a workshop to help students with little or no coding experience overcome fears of coding to create their own online platforms for self-expression!

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Brian Bull / Underscore News

From Underscore (by Brian Bull) – Despite strides, much work is still needed to “Indigenize” museums that offer outdated and Eurocentric views of Indigenous communities.

A view from atop a hill overlooking a cloudy lake surrounded by forest and hills with the caption "Land Acknowledgement"
Mount Storm King, Washington, USA
(Brenda Rodriguez/EchoX)

All of us at EchoX deeply believe in the value of being in connection with one another, our communities, and the land that nourishes us all. In a culture of xenophobia, othering, bigotry, and racism, we stand against hate in all its forms—regardless of who it targets.

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