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Queer News Recap – August 26, 2018

Welcome to the Queer Recap! Here I’ll round up some important LGBTQIA++ News stories, sum them up, and share my sources for further perusal. LGBT Southern History Project A large-scale effort is being made to uncover lost, removed, and rewritten chapters of the south's Queer History. LGBT+ people have been around forever, including in the [...]

By |September 5th, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Queer News Recap – August 26, 2018

Letters & Colors

As time has passed, acceptance for the LGBTQ+ community had begun to take a journey into new areas of sexuality and gender expression that have never been explored by mainstream American society. The Stonewall Riots, in 1969 changed the course for that community to bring awareness, acceptance, and recognition as an individual community that was [...]

By |April 2nd, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

A Powerful Poem About What It Feels Like To Be Transgender

Lee Mokobe is a South African slam poet and co-founder of Vocal Revolutionaries. Vocal Revolutionaries is a registered Non-profit organization, whose staff is volunteer based. It was founded in 2011 by Lee Mokobe who saw the need to improve the lives of youth in Cape Town by teaching them how to tell their stories from [...]

By |January 15th, 2018|Education Center|Comments Off on A Powerful Poem About What It Feels Like To Be Transgender

ONE STRAIGHT, WHITE, CIS-GENDER RABBI’S ROLE AS AN LGBTQ ALLY

Rabbi Mike Moskowitz Rabbi Mike Moskowitz, 2017 I was approached last week, after a speech I delivered on transgender inclusivity, and was asked if I had transitioned from female to male. I felt confusion, discomfort, and kinship with all of those who suffer the humiliating injustice that comes from the socially constructed entitlements [...]

By |December 17th, 2017|Education Center, Uncategorized|Comments Off on ONE STRAIGHT, WHITE, CIS-GENDER RABBI’S ROLE AS AN LGBTQ ALLY
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