Brandon Schneider is currently a graduate student in the MA Social and Cultural Pedagogy program at Arizona State University. They are interested in studying the dominant discourses surrounding the social categories of identity (e.g. gender, sex, race, class, sexuality) poststructural critical theory, queer theory, feminist methodologies and public pedagogy. They also are interested in working with marginalized and minority communities in getting their voices heard, needs met, and addressing systematic oppressions. They are currently the president of the Social and Cultural Pedagogy Graduate Organization, a member of SURJ (Standing up for Racial Justice), and participates in the Diversity Dialogue Program for the city of Tempe.