Welcome to the 'I See You' Edition of Myles Ahead's curated Educator Resources. 

This year, the Dress Purple Day is on Wednesday, October 27th. Hosted by the Children’s Aid Societies throughout Ontario, this Day is to raise awareness about the important role that individuals and communities play in supporting vulnerable children, youth, and families. The links below include recommended resources to help celebrate diversity for All to feel seen. 


  1. Led by trans youth, the Trans Student Educational Resources created an interactive infographic, called The Gender Unicorn, to help illustrate a spectrum of terminology, such as gender identity and gender expression.
  2. Check out the It Gets Better Project’s curated list of resources to learn more about How to Make Your Digital Classroom More LGBTQ-Friendly.
  3. In this video about the "Shared Humanity Project," Dr. Javeed Sukhera, MD, PhD, FRCPC, shares his journey as a psychiatrist to cultivate hope, empathy, and connection. By following his true path to find balance, he reminds us that when we reveal our shared humanity in all aspects of our lives, it strengthens our relationships for the betterment of All.

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