Khanh Le is an Assistant Director at Transformative Learning in the Humanities, a three-year initiative at the City University of New York (CUNY) supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. He is a Ph.D. candidate in Urban Education at the Graduate Center, CUNY, and a Writing Across the Disciplines Fellow at LaGuardia Community College. He is a scholar of language, race, refugee, and trauma studies. As a child of a refugee family and a product of the Vietnam War, his research is at the intersection of translanguaging, transtrauma, and transmethodology. His most recent publication, “The Language Warriors: Transcending Ideologies on Bilingualism in Education,” is co-authored with Lara Alonso and employs Participatory Action Research with middle school youth in Brooklyn, New York City as they reveal how bilingualism becomes a way to unite students and to fight deficit views of language minoritized communities. He has co-authored book chapters with Ofelia García, Gladys Aponte, and Ivana Espinet, published in the edited volumes: Translanguaging and Transformative Teaching for Emergent Bilingual Students and The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Education. He is the recipient of the Graduate Center Fellowship, the Advanced Research Collaborative Grant, and Fulbright Hays Grant.