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About Lilandra Ra

Lilandra's Proudest Accomplishments are:
(In no particular order)

*Writing and Producing Living Science Videos with Aron Ra based on the Next Generation Science Standards.

*Teaching Science and Language Arts in Texas public schools

*Assisting science teachers with the Next Generation Science Standards as a Curriculum Specialist

*Organizing the Texas Freethought Coalition an alliance of secular regional and student community groups all over Texas.

*Founding member of the Secular Asian Community

*Organizing a demonstration that Answers in Genesis is not a proper curriculum for homeschoolers. An angry creationist group demanded that we not be allowed to have an event at the Houston Museum of Natural Science to prove that Creationism is not actually science.
Also, reminding Ken Ham he is an ape.

*Speaking about herself in the third person.

  • Gregory in Seattle

    I haven’t had a chance to see the videos — they don’t get through my employer’s firewall — but thank you for bringing up this topic. If you don’t mind me providing a few more links that may be of interest to your readers….

    One of the leading agencies working to develop an HIV vaccine is the HIV Vaccine Trials Network, a division of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle. They have 19 full trial units around the world, including 12 in the United States, and 9 other sites for a major investigational study (ongoing, but no longer accepting.) If you live near any of these sites, there are opportunities to help find a vaccine, either as a study participant (most of the current studies are looking for men or transwomen of any race or orientation who are between 18 and 55) or as a member of the unit’s Community Advisory Board (disclosure: I am on the CAB for the Seattle site.) The sites link above gives the contact information for the different units; feel free to contact them and learn what is available.

    Also, April is STD Awareness Month in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control has a lot of informational material at this site, and maintains a list of sites that do HIV and other STD testing in areas around the US. If you do not know where to go to get tested, this is a very helpful resource.