Imendale31 karma2015-01-17 21:03:14 UTC
Do you feel like albinism is a social identity for you as well as a condition you have? For example, some people who belong to the Deaf movement have the condition of deafness but also find community in it. Do you identify or think at all about people with albinism who live in places where they are persecuted for it, like in East Africa?
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Imendale11 karma2019-09-30 18:09:06 UTC
I went to UF's Bee College this year and I'm planning to get two hives in the Spring! I have a few questions, and I'd appreciate an answer to any of them even if you can't get to them all. Thank you!
Thank you for doing this AMA and thanks for all you've done to increase beekeeper education. I've been interested in beekeeping for years but didn't have the confidence to take steps towards actually doing it until I learned about and attended Bee College.
Imendale5 karma2019-09-30 18:48:30 UTC
Thank you! I'll definitely check these out and look into more nesting habitat for my wild bees.
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